Neymar and his Barcelona side could be drawn with Arsenal or Manchester City in the last 16 of the Champions League. Reuters
The likes of Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Barcelona will find out their opponents for the last 16 on Monday when the UEFA Champions League draw takes centre-stage in Nyon.
Where to Watch Live
The Champions League draw is scheduled for a 4.30pm IST start with the Europa League draw an hour later. Live coverage in India will be provided by Ten Action. You can also live stream the draw across the world by going to the official UEFA website, or by clicking HERE. Viewers in the U.S. can also catch the draw by live streaming HERE. U.K. viewers can live stream the draw courtesy Sky Sports News HERE.
Most of the big teams have qualified as winners from their respective groups, and with it increasing the possibility of being handed a kind draw.
However, for the likes of Arsenal and Manchester City, there will be a few sweat glands going into overdrive, having managed to finish only as runners-up.
Arsenal, in particular, know what it feels like to be handed a difficult draw, having faced the likes of Barcelona and defending champions Bayern Munich, the team that everyone fears, in recent seasons in the last 16.
Another tricky encounter awaits for the Gunners, with one of Bayern, Barcelona, Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain or Atletico Madrid set to be their opponents.
A group winner will be drawn against a runner-up, with the teams that played in the same group not to be drawn together while the same holds true for sides from the same country.
So, there will be no Manchester United vs Manchester City encounter in the last 16, but an Arsenal vs Real Madrid, City vs Barcelona or Milan vs Manchester United tie is a real possibility.
The Europa League last 32 draw also takes place with the added attraction of some of the Champions League teams like Juventus, Ajax Napoli and FC Porto, moving down to the second-tier European competition.
Tottenham were one of the most impressive sides in the Europa League group stages, winning every single one of their matches, and Andre Villas-Boas, after seeing his side thumped 5-0 by Liverpool at White Hart Lane on Sunday, will be hoping for a kind draw, as will every single manager at every club, of course - Spurs can possibly meet the likes of Juventus and Ajax in the last 32.
Champions League: Pot A (Seeded, Group winners): Manchester United, Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain, Bayern Munich, Chelsea, Borussia Dortmund, Atletico Madrid, Barcelona.
Pot B: Bayer Leverkusen, Galatasaray, Olympiakos, Manchester City, Schalke, Arsenal, Zenit St. Petersburg, AC Milan.
Europa League: Seeded group: Valencia, Ludogorets, Salzburg, Rubin Kazan, Fiorentina, Eintracht Frankfurt, Genk, Sevilla, Lyon, Trabzonspor, Tottenham, AZ Alkmaar, Napoli, Benfica, Shakhtar Donetsk, Basel.
Unseeded group: Swansea City, Chornomorets, Esbjerg, NK Maribor, Dnipro, Maccabi Tel-Aviv, Dynamo Kyiv, Slovan Liberec, Real Betis, Lazio, Anzhi Makhachkala, PAOK FC, Ajax, Juventus, FC Porto, FC Viktoria Plzen.
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