The new Champions League season is approaching at a tantalising rate of knots.
Football fans around the continent will learn of their team's fate when UEFA decide the group-stage draw in Monaco, mere hours after the final play-off games were completed on Wednesday.
Barcelona, Manchester City, Juventus, Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain and Zenit St. Petersburg all reside in pot one as the champions of their respective leagues.
That means Tottenham Hotspur are the only English side outside of the top pot, joining the likes of Ajax, Borussia Dortmund, Napoli and both Madrid clubs.
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Such an even spread of European juggernauts, as well as some big names in pots three and four, indicate that there will be at least one 'Group of Death' decreed this afternoon.
And for teams like Dinamo Zagreb and Slavia Prague, they will be hoping to avoid the biggest clubs having already needed to play their way into Thursday's draw.
However, there will be no true way of discriminating between the teams until they play one another and any surprise packages make themselves known.
Every group-stage team ranked
That hasn't stopped people from trying, though, and the Independent have taken on the unenviable task of ranking every single club in the Champions League group-stages from worst to best.
Their criteria surrounds each team's chances of going all the way and lifting the trophy in Istanbul next year, so check out the full rankings down below:
32. Club Brugges
31. Dinamo Zagreb
30. Slavia Prague
27. Lokomotiv Moscow
25. Red Star Belgrade
24. FC Salzburg
22. Shakhtar Donetsk
19. Zenit St Petersburg
16. Bayer Leverkusen
12. RB Leipzig
11. Inter Milan
10. Tottenham Hotspur
9. Atletico Madrid
8. Bayern Munich
7. Borussia Dortmund
6. Paris Saint-Germain
5. Real Madrid
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