Champions League and Europa League draws: Who can the British teams face next?
For the first time in Champions League history, there will be five English teams in the last 16 when the draw takes place on Monday.
Tottenham and Manchester City guaranteed top spots in their groups with a game to spare and Manchester United beat CSKA Moscow 2-1 on Tuesday to finish top of Group A.
Liverpool's emphatic 7-0 home win over Spartak Moscow on Wednesday ensured Jurgen Klopp's side would win Group E.
Chelsea were the only English side to finish as runners-up in their group as Antonio Conte's side missed out on top spot because of their head-to-head record against Group C winners Roma.
Clubs finishing first in their groups will be seeded and drawn against a second-placed team in the last 16. Teams from the same country, or from the same group, cannot face each other.
Third-placed teams move into the Europa League.
However, finishing first does not guarantee an easier tie in the next phase as Manchester United, Liverpool and Manchester City could all face one of Bayern Munich, Juventus or Real Madrid. Tottenham could get Bayern or Juventus, but not Real Madrid having been in the same group.
Chelsea will be hoping they get drawn against Besiktas, otherwise they will play either Paris St-Germain or Barcelona.
Potential opponents for English teams
Manchester United (Group A winners): Bayern Munich, Juventus, Sevilla, Shakhtar Donetsk, Porto or Real Madrid.
Chelsea (Group C runners-up): Paris St-Germain, Barcelona or Besiktas.
Liverpool (Group E winners): Basel, Bayern Munich, Juventus, Shakhtar Donetsk, Porto or Real Madrid.
Manchester City (Group F winners): Basel, Bayern Munich, Juventus, Sevilla, Porto or Real Madrid.
Tottenham (Group H winners): Basel, Bayern Munich, Juventus, Shakhtar Donetsk or Porto.
When is the draw?
The Champions League draw will take place at Uefa headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland on Monday, 11 December. The draw is set to start at 11:00 GMT, with the Europa League draw immediately afterwards at 12:00 GMT.
Champions League - where they finished
|Group||Winners||Runners-up||Third (Europa League)||Eliminated|
|A||Manchester United||Basel||CSKA Moscow||Benfica|
|B||Paris St-Germain||Bayern Munich||Celtic||Anderlecht|
|F||Manchester City||Shakhtar Donetsk||Napoli||Feyenoord|
|H||Tottenham||Real Madrid||Borussia Dortmund||Apoel Nicosia|
English clubs in the Champions League
- Since 2003-04, seven different English clubs have appeared in the Champions League group stages a total of 55 times
- They are Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester City, Spurs and Leicester
- In those 14 seasons, the teams reaching the group stages have qualified for the knockout stage 84% of the time
- The highlight was season 2007-08, with Arsenal reaching the quarter-finals, Liverpool the semi-finals, and Manchester United beating Chelsea in the final
- The low point was season 2012-13 when only Manchester United and Arsenal made the last 16 and both exited at that stage
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The Europa League
Teams dropping from the Champions League into the last 32 of the Europa League: CSKA Moscow, Celtic, Atletico Madrid, Sporting Lisbon, Spartak Moscow, Napoli, RB Leipzig and Borussia Dortmund.
They will be joined in the last 32 by the winners and runners-up from the 12 Europa League groups.
Arsenal are guaranteed to finish top of their group, but Everton have failed to make it out of the group phase, with Celtic coming into the competition after finishing third in Champions League Group B.
The final matches in the Europa League were played on Thursday and this is how the groups ended up...
|B||Dynamo Kiev||Partizan Belgrade|
|D||AC Milan||AEK Athens|
|F||Lokomotiv Moscow||FC Copenhagen|
|G||Viktoria Plzen||Steaua Bucharest|
|H||Arsenal||Red Star Belgrade|
|I||Red Bull Salzburg||Marseille|
|L||Zenit St Petersburg||Real Sociedad|
How does the Europa League draw work?
The 12 group Europa League winners and the four best third-ranked teams in the Champions League group stage are seeded. They will be drawn against the 12 Europa League group runners-up and the remaining third-placed Champions League sides.
No team can play a club from the same country or from the same Europa League group.