Appearing in Europe’s second-tier club competition for the first time since 2004 following their exit from the Champions League in the group stage, Barcelona qualified for the quarter-finals by beating Galatasaray of Turkey 2-1 on aggregate.
Eintracht beat Real Betis in extra time on Thursday to go through and will be at home in the first leg on April 7.
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West Ham beat record six-time winners Sevilla, hosts of this season’s final, in the last 16 and will be at home to Lyon before going to France for the return.
In the other ties, Rangers play Portuguese club Braga and RB Leipzig will face Atalanta.