1. Borussia Dortmund
The German giants have gotten used to Champions League football the last few seasons, but after a poor domestic term last year they must set their sights on Europa League glory. Surely the outright favourites going into the groups, they are in blistering league form this season with four wins from four and 15 goals scored under new coach Thomas Tuchel. They will expect to walk through their group containing Krasnodar, Qabala and PAOK Salonika with players like Marco Reus, Shinji Kagawa, Pierre-Aumerick Aubameyang and on-loan Adnan Januzaj all at their disposal.