Arsenal to learn Euro fate
Arsenal will learn the identity of their Champions League play-off opponents when the draw is made in Nyon this morning.
Arsene Wenger's side, who are seeded along with Porto, Napoli, Bayer Leverkusen and Zenit St Petersburg, are one of five teams entering the competition at the final qualifying stage.
They will be joined by the five winners from the non-champions third-qualifying round - Athletic Bilbao, Besiktas, FC Copenhagen, Lille and Standard Liege - who stand in their way of a place in the lucrative group stages.
Scottish champions Celtic could also be in the draw if they are reinstated to the competition, after it emerged UEFA are investigating Legia Warsaw for fielding an ineligible player during the second leg of their qualifier at Murrayfield, which Celtic lost 2-0 on the night and 6-1 on aggregate.
Should UEFA find in favour of the Polish champions, Celtic will find themselves in the final qualifying round for the group stages of the Europa League.
There they will be joined by fellow seeds Tottenham and Hull City after the latter secured their place in the draw with a 2-1 aggregate victory over Trencin on Thursday evening.
Whichever competition Celtic find themselves in, they will again be Scotland's sole European representatives after Aberdeen and St Johnstone lost out to Real Sociedad and Spartak Trnava respectively.
Follow the Champions League draw on Sky Sports News from 11am this morning.