Can the English sides deal with the demands of Champions League football?
Following their success in the UEFA Europa League, the Red Devils have been rewarded with a place in this year’s Champions League group stage.
They kick off their Champions League campaign at home to FC Basel on Tuesday night at 7:45pm (Wednesday, 4:45am AEST).
This group provides Chelsea with tough opposition, however they get the best chance to make a winning start as they face Azerbaijani outfit, Qarabag at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday night, 7:45pm kick off (Wednesday, 4:45am) Manchester City Situated in group F along with Shakhtar Donetsk, Feyenoord and Napoli.
The Reds return to Europe for the first time since their Champions League group stage exit in 2014.
Spurs kick-start their Champions League campaign against Borussia Dortmund at Wembley on Wednesday night, kick off 7:45pm (Thursday, 4:45am AEST).