Who knew the Europa League could be so vast?
A mammoth 48 teams were drawn into 12 separate groups today, including three clubs from the Premier League and two from Scotland.
Thankfully, the English sides have each been handed relatively straightforward groups; Spurs will be rubbing their hands together with trips to Bulgaria, Austria and Belgium.
Arsenal will be pleased with their draw against the likes of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s former club Molde, as well as Irish minnows Dundalk, too.
Leicester, who missed out on this season’s Champions League by a whisker on the last day of last season, will face slightly trickier opponents in 2011 finalists Braga as well as AEK Athens – although you imagine they’ll be happy enough with that.
Steven Gerrard’s Rangers will be wary of Benfica and Standard Liege, while Celtic will need to be at their best in their games against AC Milan and Lille.
Europa League draw
Group A: Roma, Young Boys, Cluj, CSKA Sofia
Group B: Arsenal, Rapid Vienna, Molde, Dundalk
Group C: Bayer Leverkusen, Slavia Prague, Hapoel Beer-Sheva, Nice
Group D: Benfica, Standard Liege, Rangers, Lech Poznan
Group E: PSV, PAOK, Granada, Omonoia
Group F: Napoli, Real Sociedad, AZ Alkmaar, Rijek
Group G: Braga, Leicester, AEK Athens, Zorya
Group H: Celtic, Sparta Prague, AC Milan, Lille
Group I: Villarreal, Qarabag, Maccabi Tel-Aviv, Sivasspor
Group J: Spurs, Ludogorets, LASK, Antwerp
Group K: CSKA Moscow, Dinamo Zagreb, Feyenoord, Wolfsberg
Group L: Gent, Red Star, Hoffenheim, Slovan Libere