Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal discovered their group-stage fate in Thursday's draw - but which team will go furthest in this year's competition?
Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal have had a first glimpse of their route to the Champions League final in Thursday's draw for the group stage.
The Blues were the last English club to win the competition in 2012 and advanced to the semi-finals last season before falling to Atletico Madrid.
This year, they will face Schalke, Sporting Lisbon and Maribor in the group stage as Jose Mourinho aims to claim the continental crown with a third club.
Manchester City have won two of the last three Premier League titles but have struggled to replicate their domestic form in Europe. They take on Bayern Munich, Roma and CSKA Moscow in this year's first round.
Returning to Europe's elite tournament for the first time in five years are five-time winners Liverpool, who will face Real Madrid, Basel and Ludogorates.
Arsenal, who continue their remarkable run of qualification for the Champions League but have never won the competition, will take on Borussia Dortmund, Galatasaray and Anderlecht for a place in the next round.
Which Premier League side will fare best this time around? Can City finally build on their domestic dominance, or will Jose Mourinho's new-look Chelsea side return the Portuguese to the summit of European football?
Might Liverpool or Arsenal pull off a surprise and make a deep run towards continental glory?
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