The draw for the Last 16 of the Champions League takes place on Monday and fans of the five Premier League clubs involved are already looking forward to finding out their next European opponents.

At this stage of the competition, sides who won their group will face a runner-up from another group and vice versa. It’s important to note that teams can not be drawn against a side from their own country, nor can they be drawn against a side who they faced in the group stages.

What that means is that, unlike in the FA Cup draw where the chances of drawing any team are equal, the probability of facing certain clubs in the draw is actually weighted.

So, whilst you probably know the teams who each English side could face, here’s a breakdown of how likely the chances are of them drawing each particular club:

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