As with much of the European football calendar this season, everything is set to be a little different this year due to the World Cup in November.
All six matchdays will be completed by November 2, around five weeks earlier than usual, with game between played in three back-to-back week chunks which could throw up some interesting results.
As ever, total of 32 teams compete in the Champions League group stage, 26 from the final standings in the domestic league and six from the play-off round.
Here’s how you can follow along…
How to watch Champions League draw in UK
TV channel: The draw will be broadcast live on BT Sport 1, with coverage starting at 4.45pm.
Live stream: The Uefa website and BT Sport website will stream the draw online, while Standard Sport will bring you all the drama on our LIVE blog.