Who could British clubs face in EL draw?
Man Utd, Arsenal, Wolves, Celtic and Rangers will learn their Europa League fate on Friday with the draw for the 2019/20 group stages taking place in Monaco.
Wolves, Celtic and Rangers all navigated their qualifying play-off second legs on Thursday to join United and Arsenal in completing the 48-team line-up for the tournament proper.
Last-gasp Morelos sends Rangers through
Celtic cruise into Europa group stage
Wolves see off Torino to reach group stage
How the draw works
The 48 participants are split into four seeding pots based on their club coefficients, a measure of their performance in the Champions League and Europa League over the last five years - or their country's national association contribution, whichever is higher.
Each of the 12 groups will contain one team from each pot and no team can play a club from their own association in the group stages.
Europa League group stage pots
Premier League duo Arsenal and Manchester United are in Pot 1, Scottish champions Celtic from Pot 2, Wolves will be drawn from Pot 3 while Steven Gerrard's Rangers are in Pot 4 after their dramatic stoppage-time win over Legia Warsaw.
Arsenal and Manchester United will be drawn from Pot 1 in the Europa League group stage draw
Celtic thrashed AIK Stockholm 6-1 on aggregate to reach the Europa League group stages
Raul Jimenez's seventh goal of the season set Wolves on their way to the Europa League group stages