Premier League clubs Liverpool, Brighton & Hove Albion and West Ham United will participate in Europa League in this current campaign.
Qualifiers are still taking place for Europa League this season. However both Liverpool and Brighton wrapped up their qualification as they finished 5th and 6th respectively in the Premier League Table last campaign.
West Ham won the UEFA Conference League last season. 3 teams will participate from Premier League in this campaign at Europa League. However, on 1st September, the Group stage draw will take place. There will 32 teams drawn into eight groups of four.
In this stage, teams will meet each other twice on home and away fixture as top two teams from each group will qualify for the knockout round. All the three English teams will be in seperate group as clubs of same country cannot placed at same group.
The draw will is decided by which pot each team are in as the clubs placed through coefficient rating. These points are based on European performance across last five seasons.
Brighton have 21,914 points as they’re the lowest seeded team currently in the pots. West Ham automatically tops pot one as Hammers won the Conference League last campaign. Liverpool has highest co-efficient points (123,000), as Reds are have the highest points for all teams in the pot.
The winner of this competition will participate in Super Cup final with the Champions League winner this season in August next year.
The draw is set to take place at Grimaldi Forum on Friday at Monaco.
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