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"Celtic put in so much work to win their qualifier last night - and this is the reward they get. There have been some special European nights at Celtic Park in recent years - not least in defeating Barcelona last season - but you fear they are destined to finish bottom of a horrible Group H."
"Shakhtar have not yet fully integrated their latest batch of overseas players but will be reasonably confident of progressing provided they can get their act together in time for the group stages. Much like at Manchester United it has been a summer of change at Donetsk. Rather than changes on the bench, which have taken place at United, it's the playing staff that has been significantly overhauled for Lucescu's team. Moyes has not got much Champions League experience and United have not impressed in the competiton in recent seasons so are there for the taking. Leverkusen have lost some key players over the summer and are relatively inexperienced at this level so could struggle against the rhythms of Shakhtar. Sociedad could be a sticky side to play against given that they put out a decent Lyon but if Shakhtar are to have any designs on a run towards the semi-finals then the Spaniards are the type of side that needs to be put away routinely."
"Not a good draw for CSKA. Someone had to draw the defending champions and it is the Russian title-holders who have done so. Moscow in the deep winter is not an enticing prospect for any side, however, and Bayern will be no different. Given the strength of this group home form will be key for Leonid Slutsky's side. City have not yet impressed in this competition but boast a manager in Pellegrini who can organise them well and make sure they win those must-win games. Unfortunately for CSKA two of those will be against them. Matches against Plzen will be vital and CSKA can forget about progressing if they slip up in either."
"'It can't be heavier then last season', said Frank de Boer. But after a group with Real Madrid, Borussia Dortmund and Manchester City, Ajax have again drawn a extremely heavy pool. The goal of Ajax will be to survive the group stage. But with Barcelona and AC Milan as favourites, De Boer's team will probably fight for a spot in the Europa League, together with Celtic."
"It would come as a huge surprise if Bayern did not make to the next round," says Daniel Buse. "The title holders will fight Manchester City for first place - and should be able to hold off CSKA and Plzen to advance quite easily.“
"Borussia Dortmund have a stronger team than last year, even if Mario Gotze left for Bayern Munich," explains Stefan Döring. "The group is much easier than last year and the club can look forward to old rivals; two years ago Borussia played Arsenal und Marseille. Napoli is a great match for the supporters."
"Manchester United manager David Moyes would have hoped for an easier debut campaign in the Champions League, but he will be reasonably satisfied. Real Sociedad are an unknown quantity and Shakhtar Donetsk represent a very tricky opponent - especially away from home - but United should progress fairly comfortably."
"Chelsea will be happy to have avoided all of the really dangerous sides in the other pots and after their early exit last season, they should cruise to victory in Group E. Having faced both Basel and Steaua Bucharest in the Europa League last season, there will be no nasty surprises for Jose Mourinho’s men."
"It’s not quite the Group of champions that was so disastrous last season, but Manchester City supporters’ hearts would have sunk when they were drawn alongside Bayern Munich. In truth, though, while CSKA Moscow will present a challenge, City have a strong enough squad to easily qualify alongside Pep Guardiola's holders."
"Benfica have a very good opportunity to end among the 16 best teams in Europe. With no continental champions to face, the Portuguese sides should beat Olympiacos and Anderlecht to get second place of Group C, while PSG seems to be the most powerful team of the four," says Goal Spain's Nicolas de Marco.
"Porto will battle against Atletico Madrid one more time in the Champions League; they won their encounter a few seasons ago, but this time the outcome could be different," says Goal Spain's Iago Lago. Zenit and Vienna seem more accessible and the Portuguese should get a place in the second round of the tournament."
"For Marseille, this looks very complicated. Although this is not the Group of Death, we can say that OM could not have drawn a worse selection, including Napoli from pot 4. Two years ago, Marseille were able to get through a group which included Dortmund and Arsenal. This time, it will be extremely difficult."
"Like last year, PSG have done quite well here. The champion of France has a very negotiable group: Benfica are the least strong side from Pot 1, while Olympiacos and Anderlecht have pedigree but cannot compete with the likes of Ibrahimovic and Cavani."
"Barcelona will try to recover the European crown and their first obstacles will be AC Milan and Celtic, two old foes whose defensive walls seem to be the biggest threats to the Catalan side in a not-so-scary Group H."
"It's not a bad draw for Juventus. It will be a fascinating clash versus Real Madrid, but the Old Lady cannot fear Galatasaray or Copenaghen. The Bianconeri have a big chance to go through the group stage if they do their job versus the Turkish and Danish sides. The matches against Real Madrid will determine the group winner."
"At the Milan headquarters, they will be crazy after being drawn alongside Barcelona again. It's the third Champions League in a row in which the Rossoneri will face Messi & co. However, Allegri can still be happy and confident to qualify to the next stage: Ajax and Celtic aren't top opponents for Milan."
"Everyone at Napoli knew that this would be a tough draw - and it was. But it's not an impossible mission for Rafa Benitez's side to go through. After the Azzurri were successful (in second) two years ago in a group containing Bayern, City and Villarreal, they can emulate that in a slightly less competitive group this time alongside Arsenal, Marseille and Borussia Dortmund."
UK correspondent Greg Stobart first: "For the second time in three seasons, Arsenal find themselves drawn alongside Marseille and Borussia Dortmund - and Napoli’s inclusion in the final pot has given them a nasty looking group. Arsene Wenger will sense that the key fixtures will come against the Italian side if the Gunners are to progress from the group and achieve their customary last-16 exit."
Celtic complete a competitive Group H alongside Barcelona, Milan and Ajax.
Austria Vienna meet Porto, Atletico and Zenit in Group G.
In Group D, Bayern, CSKA and City are joined by Viktoria Plzen.