The Champions League draw takes place tomorrow morning at 11am. Who could we face?

Bayern Munich
Currently: 3rd in the league, 2 points off the top.
Top scorer: Club record signing, Mario Gómez, who joined the club for £30m in the summer.
Dangerous players: Franck Ribéry, Arjen Robben, Luca Toni
Last season in CL: Beat Sporting Lisbon 12-1 on aggregate in the Round of 16, before getting thrashed 5-1 on aggregate by eventual winners, Barcelona.

FC Porto
Currently: 3rd in the league, 1 point off the top.
Top scorer: Falcao
Dangerous players: Raul Meireles, Falcao, Farías Varela
Last season in the CL: Beat Atlético in the round of 16 before getting knocked out by United in the quarters.

Lyon
Currently: 4th in the league, 8 points off the top.
Top scorer: Lisandro López
Dangerous players: Lisandro López, Ederson, Sidney Govou
Last season in the CL: Thashed by eventual winners, Barcelona, in the round of 16.

Inter Milan
Currently: Top of the league, five points clear.
Top scorer: Diego Milito.
Dangerous players: Samuel Eto’o, Wesley Sneijder, Ricardo Quaresma, Diego Milito
Last season in the CL: Knocked out by United in the round of 16.

Stuttgart
Currently: One place above the relegation zone, thanks to goal difference.
Top scorer: Pavel Pogrebnyak/Julian Schieber
Dangerous players: Thomas Hitzlsperger, Elson, Pavel Pogrebnyak, Julian Schieber
Last season in the CL: Didn’t qualify.

Olympiakos
Currently: Top of the league, one point clear.
Top scorer: Kostas Mitroglou
Dangerous players: Antonios Nikopolidis, Dudu Cearense, Kostas Mitroglou
Last season in the CL: Knocked out in qualifying for the group stages

AC Milan
Currently: 2nd in the league, 5 points off the top.
Top scorer: Alexandre Pato
Dangerous players: Ronaldinho, David Beckham, Alexandre Pato.
Last season in the CL: Didn’t qualify.




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