The draw for the 2020/21 Europa League group stage has been made.
On Thursday we saw the Champions League draw get underway with Europe's elite facing off in which is sure to be a selection of superb games.
With the Europa League, teams have the chance to progress to the Champions League next year should they win the tournament.
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Here is how that draw came out...
Europa League draw in full
Villarreal have been perennial competitors in this competition in recent years and with multiple tournament winner Unai Emery in charge, it is likely they will make a real bid to go deep - and the draw has been extremely kind to them in terms of the calibre and experience of their opponents.
Tottenham will be reasonably content with their draw; both Antwerp and LASK represent short trips though the latter impressively knocked out Sporting and could make life difficult for Jose Mourinho's side. Ludogorets from Bulgaria complete the quartet.
Group F is one of the most intriguing groups for the neutral, with Napoli, Real Sociedad and AZ all footballing sides with excellent individuals and could serve us some fun ties. Rijeka, who eliminated Copenhagen, are not there to make up the numbers, either.
Arsenal will be very comfortable with their rather soft group, which combines short trips with what should be straightforward fixtures. None of Rapid Wien, Molde or Dundalk should hold any real threat for the Gunners, who should be able to reach the knockouts with their second-string side.