Europe’s top teams have finally ended their anxious wait to find out who they will face in the group stages of the' 2010-11 UEFA Champions League campaign.

Of the British in the competition, Tottenham Hotspur have been handed a tricky tie with' reigning champions Inter Milan,' there’s a a Battle of Britain between Manchester United and Glasgow Rangers.

Chelsea will face tough tests at Marseille and Spartak Moscow, and Arsenal will face an early reunion with recently departed Eduardo at Shaktar Donetsk.

So, here’s the' full draw.

Group A: Inter Milan, Werder Bremen, TOTTENHAM, FC Twente

Group B: Lyon, Benfica, Schalke, Hapoel Tel Aviv

Group C: MANCHESTER UNITED, Valencia, RANGERS, Bursaspor.

Group D: FC Barcelona, Panathinaikos, FC Copenhagen, Rubin Kazan

Group E: Bayern Munich, AS Roma, FC Basel, CFR Cluj

Group F: CHELSEA, Marseille, Spartak Moscow, MSK Zilina

Group G: AC Milan, Real Madrid, Ajax, Auxerre

Group H: ARSENAL, Shakhtar Donetsk, SC Braga, FK Partisan

Which matches are you most looking forward to?

Who do you think’s got the easiest'  route?

Sound off in the comments, and get some banter going!

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  1. says: E@zy

    Tottenham v Inter at white hart. See how tottenham can cope. AC milan v Real. Tasty tie. Arsenal v shaktar. Both very attacking teams.

    Barca has easiest though rubin won’t be afraid of ’em.

  2. says: BiyiAdetunji

    i would say arsenal but then again if we win our group, we could still be left to play either AC Milan or Real Madrid, and we could easily loose to both those those teams.

  3. says: Adipurity

    Bayern Munich has the easy group while Real Madrid and AC Milan have the hard group. I would have liked to have seen a Valencia vs. Barcelona game though.

  4. says: MisterBroom12

    Adipurity, in the group stages there can’t be two teams from the same country.

    Barca may have the easiest group, which is sad to see because it is more fun to watch them attack against stronger sides and see how they can then cope defensively.

  5. says: Simon

    Group A: Inter Milan / Werder Bremen
    Group B: Lyon / Benfica
    Group C: Man Utd / Valencia
    Group D: Barca / Panathinaikos
    Group E: Bayern / Roma
    Group F: Chelsea / Spartak Moscow
    Group G: Real Madrid / Ajax
    Group H: Arsenal / Braga

    Put your money on it now, there’s no doubting these qualifying.

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