Europa League player Harry Kane LONDON, ENGLAND – NOVEMBER 22: Harry Kane of Tottenham Hotspur applauds the fans after the Barclays Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United at White Hart Lane on November 22, 2015 in London, England. (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)

While all the attention was on the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 draw on Monday, the UEFA Europa League also drew its matchups for the round of 32. Just like the big competition, the Europa League draw gave the soccer-loving public some very juicy and intriguing matchups to look forward to this February.

But, before we get in to those highlight matchups, lets look at the full draw:

Valencia v Rapid Vienna

Fiorentina v Tottenham Hotspur

Borussia Dortmund v FC Porto

Fenerbahce v Lokomotiv Moscow

Anderlecht v Olympiakos

Midtjylland v Manchester United

Augsburg v Liverpool

Sparta Prague v Krasnodar

Galatasaray v Lazio

Sion v Braga

Shakhtar Donetsk v Schalke

Marseille v Athletic Bilbao

Sevilla v Molde

Sporting Lisbon v Bayer Leverkusen

Villarreal v Napoli

Saint-Etienne v Basel

As Manchester United crashed out of the Champions League and all third place teams from the Champions League group stages enter this competition, there are certainly some intriguing matchups ahead.

Let’s look at some of the biggest in this round.

Fiorentina vs. Tottenham Hotspur: The English side is fighting hard for a top 4 finish in the EPL, but another route to the Champions League comes from winning the Europa League. It won’t be easy for the North London side, as it gets a rematch with the side that dumped them out of the competition at this stage last season — Fiorentina. It also doesn’t help that the Florence side is fighting it out for the title in Italy right now. The winner of this two-legged tie is likely a favorite for the rest of the tournament.

Galatasaray vs. Lazio: If you want passion, drama, and ultras then this is the matchup for you in the round of 32. Something tells me this could also be a very intriguing match on the field, as Galatasaray finished third in a group with Atletico Madrid and Benfica during the Champions League group stage and Lazio finished second in its Europa League group. Let’s just hope the on-field product lives up to the atmosphere that is likely to be created in the stadiums.

Shakhtar Donetsk vs. Schalke 04: No third place team in the UCL group stage is as good as Donetsk, and they end up drawing one of the best group winners in the Europa League. Schalke won its group with 14 points and it included UCL vets like Sparta Prague, APOEL, and Asteras Tripolis.

Donetsk got the unenviable task of being grouped with Real Madrid and PSG, so a win was making it to third for them. Look for the winner of this one to join the winner of Fiorentina-Spurs as favorites the rest of the way in this one.

Augsburg vs. Liverpool: There isn’t a more beloved (and hated) manager in Germany than Jurgen Klopp. His time at Borussia Dortmund brought the club back to glory, but he left after this past season and only took up managing after Liverpool made him an offer he simply couldn’t refuse. He’ll return back to his native land as the manager of one of the world’s most supported clubs, but this isn’t just about the homecoming.

Augsburg have impressed in its first European foray, finishing second in one of the deepest groups in the Europa League. This is going to be an interesting clash of styles, expectations, and talent, to say the least.

About Andrew Coppens

Andy is a contributor to The Comeback as well as Publisher of Big Ten site talking10. He also is a member of the FWAA and has been covering college sports since 2011. Andy is an avid soccer fan and runs the Celtic FC site The Celtic Bhoys. If he's not writing about sports, you can find him enjoying them in front of the TV with a good beer!