Arsenal have been drawn against Napoli, while Chelsea will face Slavia Prague at the Europa League quarter-finals.

Villarreal Accept fellow Spanish side Valencia together with Portuguese team Benfica playing Germany’s Eintracht Frankfurt.

The first and second legs will be played on 11 April and 18 April, with the semi-final lure keeping Arsenal and Chelsea apart if they get that much better.

Arsenal boss Unai Emery is pursuing a fourth Europa League title as director after three consecutive wins at Sevilla.

The Gunners reached the last-eight after overturning a 3-1 deficit to beat French side Rennes 3-0 in the next leg of the last-16 tie.

If Chelsea win the Europa League, because they did in 2013, it would offer them an alternate approach to next season’s Champions League.

Maurizio’s Sarri’s negative are now sixth in the Premier League, three points behind fourth-placed Arsenal, but having a game at your fingertips.

Arsenal initial leg changed

Arsenal and Chelsea were drawn in the home in the next leg of their limbs although both teams are not permitted to play London on the same or consecutive evenings.

Therefore, the Gunners will face the side in home in the first leg because Chelsea won a year’s FA Cup.

The semifinals will undoubtedly be played on 2 and 9 May, with the ultimate on Wednesday, 29 May at the Olympic stadium in Baku, Azerbaijan.

Europa League Quarter Finals:

Napoli v Arsenal

Villarreal v Valencia

Benfica v Eintracht Frankfurt

Slavia Prague v Chelsea

Europa League semi-finals

Benfica or Eintracht Frankfurt v Slavia Prague or Chelsea