AEK Athens booked their place in the fourth qualifying round on Wednesday night, beating Panionios 2-1 to top the Greek Super League play-ff ahead of PAOK Salonika, who lost 3-2 at home to Panathinaikos.
AEK are the 10th team confirmed for the fourth qualifying round, joining the likes of Ajax, Dynamo Kiev, Nice and CSKA Moscow at that stage.
Possible opponents for Liverpool
Liverpool, we already know, WILL be seeded for the play-off round, along with Napoli and Sevilla.
Their opponents will either be one of the five unseeded teams who come through the preceding round, or one of the two unseeded teams already qualified for the play-off round.
So who could they face?
Viktora Plzen (Czech Republic) – finished second, 10 points behind winners Slavia Prague.
CSKA Moscow (Russia) – finished second, seven points behind Spartak Moscow and one point ahead of Zenit.
Club Brugge (Belgium) – finished second, two points behind Anderlecht.
Sporting Lisbon (Portugal) – finished third, behind champions Benfica and second place Porto.
Steaua Bucharest (Romania) – finished second behind Viitorul.
Young Boys (Switzerland) – second to regular pests FC Basel by a whopping 17 points.
Nice (France) – third behind champions Monaco and second-placed PSG.
Hoffenheim (Germany) – fourth, two points behind third-placed Dortmund and 20 behind champions Bayern Munich.
Istanbul BB (Turkey) – second behind champions Besiktas and well ahead of Fenerbahce and Galatasaray.
AEK Athens (Greece) – secured their place by topping a four-team mini-league this week.
As an aside, if Ajax or Kiev failed to get through their play-off round, then Plzen and then CSKA Moscow would move up and become seeds, meaning Liverpool could not draw them after all.
The draw will be made by UEFA on Friday August 4 with the games to be played on either August 16 or August 17, with the return leg a week later on August 23 or August 24.