It’s that time of the year again as European elites learn their fates for Champions League group stage of the tournament.
It is nearly three months since Chelsea capped Thomas Tuchel’s spectacular first six months in charge by winning the Champions League for the second time in their history.
Premier League champions Manchester City, big-spending Manchester United and 2019 winners, Liverpool, make up the remainder of the English contingent, while all the usual heavyweight European suspects will be involved in Thursday’s draw.
They will be joined by 22 European clubs that qualified for the Champions League automatically, with six joining them as play-off winners.
Follow Metro.co.uk’s rolling coverage of the draw as it happens from 3pm bst
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