Football: Big names fail to avoid each other in Champions League play-offs
NYON, Switzerland (AP) - English team Arsenal have been drawn to play Fenerbahce in football's Champions League play-offs, as they seek a 16th straight season in the lucrative group stage.
However, a pending match-fixing case involving the Turkish side at sport's highest court means they could be expelled even if they win.
Seven-time winners AC Milan were paired with PSV Eindhoven, the 1988 winners, with the first match in the Netherlands.
Schalke were drawn to play Metalist Kharkiv, who face a match-fixing disciplinary hearing at European governing body Uefa on Tuesday.