The Europa League is the real quiz.
Burnley’s European adventure was ended at the hands of Olympiakos last night.
Elimination for Sean Dyche’s side continued the torrid record of English clubs during the qualifying campaign.
Believe it or not, we’re actually quite good when the Europa League gets going.
In it’s current inception, the competition has been a rather kind one to English sides.
Chelsea got their hands on the trophy in 2013, with Man United the last British winners in 2017.
Could this be the year for Arsenal, Chelsea, Celtic or Rangers?
Arsenal and Chelsea both found themselves in Pot 1 and therefore never really had much to fear.
Celtic (somehow) bagged a place in Pot 2, but spare a thought for poor old Rangers who were dumped in Pot 4.
Unai Emery will hope to continue his impressive Europa League record and guide Arsenal to a trophy he’s already won three times.
The Gunners were drawn in Group E alongside Sporting CP, Qarabag and FC Vorskla.
Maurizio Sarri’s Chelsea will meet PAOK, BATE and Vidi FC in Group L.
The Blues have history in the competition having won it in 2013 under the stewardship of Rafa Benitez.
Celtic were handed a nightmare draw, meeting RB Salzburg, RB Leipzig and Rosenborg in Group B.
Steven Gerrard, who is no stranger to a big European night, will need a miracle if his Rangers side are to get out of Group G.
The Glasgow club were drawn alongside Villareal, Rapid Vienna and Sparktak Moscow.
All eyes before proceedings were on minnows Dudelange.
The amateur side became the first club from Luxembourg to qualify for a European group stage and earned themselves a date with AC Milan in Group F.
The first round of group games will start on September 20.
The knockout stages, when the Champions League scraps begin to make an appearance, will kick-off on March 7.
One final date for your diary is Wednesday May 29, when the final will take place in Baku, Azerbaijan.
Let the Thursday night fun begin…
Europa League draw in full:
Group A – Bayern Leverkusen, Ludogorets, FC Zurich, AEK Larnaca
Group B – RB Salzburg, Celtic, RB Leipzig, Rosenborg
Group C – Zenit, FC Kopenhagen, Bordeaux, Slavia Prague
Group D – Anderlecht, Fenerbache, Dinamo Zagreb
Group E – Arsenal, Sporting CP, Qarabag, FC Vorskla
Group F – Olympiakos, AC Milan, Real Betis, Dudelange
Group G – Villareal, Rapid Vienna, Sparktak Moscow, Rangers
Group H – Lazio, Marseille, Eintracht Frankfurt, Apollon
Group I – Besiktas, Genk, Malmo, Sarpsborg
Group J – Sevilla, Krasnodar, Standard Liege, Akhisarspor
Group K – Dynamo Kiev, Astana, Rennes, Jablonec
Group L – Chelsea, PAOK, BATE, Vidi FC
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