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Olivier Ntcham wants to face PSG in Champions League group stage

24 August 2017

They would avoid teams like Napoli, Tottenham Hotspur and Roma if they were elevated to pot three.

By virtue of Manchester United's Europa League victory, last season, the Premier League team has been awarded an extra spot in this season's Champions League, with United joining rivals City in pot two of tomorrow's draw at the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco.

Pot 1: Bayern Munich, Benfica, Chelsea, Juventus, Monaco, Real Madrid, Shakhtar Donetsk, Spartak Moscow.

Completed the qualifying stage of the Champions League 2017-2018.

The group stages get underway on Tuesday 12 September and conclude on Wednesday 6 December with the fixtures split into six matchdays to be played on Tuesday and Wednesday nights. The final, which will be played at the Olympic Stadium in Kiev, Ukraine, is on May 26.

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Pot 4: CSKA Moscow/, Maribor, Celtic, APOEL/, Feyenord, FK /, Leipzig, and Steaua Bucharest/.

Celtic, meanwhile, could potentially be getting the above giants and one of Liverpool/Tottenham or Roma/Napoli, in a draw that would continue their rotten luck in group stage pairings.

Pot one contains the holders and champions of the highest-ranked European nations, while the three remaining pots are seeded by UEFA's co-efficient rankings.

The teams in each group cannot be drawn from the same pot nor can they pick another team from their own association.

At the moment, Real Madrid are the favourites* to be outwright winners at odds of 4/1, then Paris St-Germain 6/1, Bayern Munich 6/1, Barcelona 13/2, Manchester City 12/1, Chelsea 14/1, Man Utd, 14/1, Juventus 14/1 and Atletico Madrid 16/1.