The draw for the 2019/20 Champions League group stage has been completed and we’ve got some intriguing fixtures ahead of us.
Liverpool won the competition last year, beating Tottenham Hotspur in the final, and they meet Napoli in the group stage for the second season in a row having been drawn in Group E, where they will also meet Salzburg and KRC Genk.
The Champions League group stage draw has been made[/caption]
They weren’t the only Premier League to get a promising draw either with Manchester City paired with Shakhtar Donetsk, Atalanta, and Dinamo Zagreb.
Spurs must face Bayern Munich in Group B, along with Olympiacos and Crvena Zvezda, while Chelsea play Ajax, Valencia, and Lille.
The group stage starts on September 17/18 but how will everyone get on in Europe’s elite competition?
Here at talkSPORT.com we’ve booted up our famous Super Computer to determine just how the Champions League groups are going to end up.
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