The Europa League semi-finals have been confirmed.
Road to the Final upgrades have also been confirmed this evening, with the likes of Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford in line for an upgrade this weekend!
Here is everything you need to know!
The quarter finals are over, with the semi-finals confirmed.
Manchester United will take on AS Roma, with Arsenal facing off against Villarreal CF.
The results have worked out well for RTTF owners too, with only Ajax's Dusan Tadic joining the growing list of eliminated players.
And, as a result of this evenings results, the following players will pick up an upgrade later this week:
- Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang (Arsenal) - 91 OVR
- Paul Pogba (Manchester United) - 89 OVR
- Marcus Rashford (Manchester United) - 88 OVR
- Bruno Peres (AS Roma) - 87 OVR
Head here for everything you need to know about the European RTTF upgrades.
Second Legs Inbound
It's Thursday which can only mean one thing, the UEL is back!
The last four will be decided tonight, as all four quarter final second legs are set to be played.
Be sure to head to Gfinity at full-time for everything you need to know regarding the UEL RTTF upgrades!
Manchester United, Villarreal cruising
It was a big night for the away sides this evening, with Manchester United and Villarreal putting themselves in a great position to qualify for the final four.
Goals from Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandes gave Ole's men a 2-0 win over Granada, whilst a Gerard Moreno penalty earnt Villarreal a 1-0 victory in Zagreb.
It spells good news for the owners of RTFF Marcus Rashford and Paul Pogba, with the United duo in prime position for a permanent upgrade.
Roma win, Arsenal faulter
Roma registered a big away win in Amsterdam, as they came from behind to see off Ajax by two goals to one.
The result leaves Bruno Peres in line for yet another upgrade, though it's not great news for Dusan Tadic owners.
Meanwhile Slavia Prague's last minute equaliser against Arsenal has left Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang owners sweating, with the Gunners needing a result in Prague next week to progress.
So who should you be looking to pick up ahead of the second leg?
We'd avoid going after either Rashford or Pogba over the next 48 hours, with their prices likely to spike as a result of tonight's victory.
Bruno Peres could be a good shout for those backing Slavia Prague to get the job done over Arsenal though, with Roma facing the winner of that tie should they get the job done over Ajax in the Italian capital.
Keep an eye on the price of Aubameyang too. Whilst Mikel Arteta's men will be disappointed with tonight's result, they will still be the favourites to progress to the semi-finals.
If he drops below the 1,000,000 coin mark, we'd recommend picking him up.