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Swansea have been handed a tough draw against Napoli in the last 32 of the Europa League.

Last Updated: 16/12/13 at 13:03 Post Comment    Bet with SkyBet  Europa League. Click here to bet.

Rafa Benitez's side, eliminated from the Champions League despite finishing on 12 points in a group featuring Arsenal, will go to Wales for the first leg on February 20 before hosting the return a week later.

Tottenham, who parted company with Andre Villas-Boas minutes before the draw, will come up against another of their former managers in the second round after they were paired with Juande Ramos' Ukrainians Dnipro.

The draw for the last 16 was also made at UEFA headquarters in Nyon, and both Premier League representatives could meet Portuguese opponents if they reach that stage.

Spurs will face last year's runners-up Benfica or Greek side PAOK if they get past Dnipro, while Swansea's reward for beating Napoli would be a tie with Porto or Eintracht Frankfurt.

Last-32 draw:

Dnipro v Tottenham

Real Betis v Rubin Kazan

Swansea v Napoli

Juventus v Trabzonspor

Maribor v Sevilla

Plzen v Shakhtar Donetsk

Chornomorets Odessa v Lyon

Lazio v Ludogorets

Esbjerg v Fiorentina

Ajax v Salzburg

Maccabi Tel Aviv v Basel

Porto v Eintracht Frankfurt

Anzhi v Genk

Dynamo Kiev v Valencia

PAOK v Benfica

Slovan Liberec v AZ

Last-16 draw:

Liberec/AZ v Anzhi/Genk

Lazio/Ludogorets v Dynamo Kiev/Valencia

Porto/Frankfurt v Swansea/Napoli

Odesa/Lyon v Plzen/Shakhtar

Maribor/Sevilla v Real Betis/Rubin Kazan

Dnipro/Tottenham v PAOK/Benfica

Maccabi/Basel v Ajax/Salzburg

Juventus/Trabzonspor v Esbjerg/Fiorentina

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