The champions of England, Spain, Italy and Germany could all be drawn in the same Champions League group today.

The worst-case scenario for Manchester City would see the Premier League champions having to face Spanish champions Real Madrid, Italian champions Juventus and German Bundesliga winners Borussia Dortmund.

City will be the only English club not among the top seeds for the draw in Monaco - despite being domestic champions, Roberto Mancini's side still have a relatively low UEFA co-efficient meaning they will among the pot of eight second seeds, while European champions Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United are in the pot of eight top seeds.

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