UEFA Champions League draw that's set to take place at the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco.
Portuguese side Benfica beat Greek outfit PAOK Salonika, Dutch champions PSV overcame BATE Borisov, and Red Star Belgrade defeated Red Bull Salzburg on away goals.
Manchester United will find out their Champions League group stage opponents on Thursday - but we can already take a look at the seedings for the draw.
Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool will be in pot three alongside Schalke, Lyon, Monaco, Ajax, CSKA Moscow, Valencia and PSV Eindhoven.
Spanish giants Real Madrid are reportedly interested in one of Pep Guardiola's most prized possessions at Manchester City.
Sterling has less than two years on his current contract and has been dragging his feet on committing to the club, with whom he now earns £175k a week. One team from each pot will be placed in each group. There are a few banana skins in Pot 4, but AEK Athens, as well as Viktoria Plzen, should be easy enough to overcome.
That is not the case, says Sky Sports, but Real Madrid "will have club representatives in the crowd at Wembley" when England play Spain in the Uefa Nations League on 8 September, with a view to tabling a big-money bid in January. And Dortmund will be desperately hoping to avoid them this time around.
Liverpool, who can not meet a fellow English club at this stage, will be grouped with one team from each of the following pots.
This time the showpiece game will be held at the home of Real Madrid's neighbours, Atletico.