The 32 teams who have qualified for the Europa League knock-out stage

The likes of Atletico Madrid, Inter and Lyon are familiar faces, while Dnipro, Viktoria Plzen and Metalist Kharkiv will not be underestimated in Europe this season
The 2012-13 Europa League group stage has been completed and now only 32 teams remain in Europe's premier club competition.

As usual, the first round proper has thrown up a few shocks and surprises, but most of the big teams will be pleased to get through unscathed, despite a few scary moments along the way.

Below, we look at the 32 teams left in the competition ahead of the Uefa draw on December 20:

Europa League Group Winners
Europa League Group Runners Up
Qualified Through
Champions League
Liverpool Anzhi Makhachkala
Dynamo Kiev
Viktoria Plzen Atletico Madrid
Fenerbahce Borussia Monchengladbach
Zenit St Petersburg
Bordeaux Newcastle United
Steaua Bucharest Stuttgart
Dnipro Napoli
Genk Basel
Rubin Kazan Inter
Lyon Sparta Prague
Lazio Tottenham  
Metalist Kharkiv Bayer Leverkusen  
 Hannover Levante  

The winners of each group plus the top four Champions league teams will be seeded, while the group runners-up and the bottom quartet of teams will be unseeded.

The unseeded teams will be drawn first ensuring they play their second leg of the tie away from home. Clubs cannot be paired with either winning teams from the same section or sides from the same country.