The English clubs are two of the 32 who will find out their group-stage opponents, less than two weeks before the action gets underway on the pitch in the competition.
As with the Champions League, the group-stage matches will take place in three back-to-back week chunks to ensure it is all wrapped up in early November, ahead of the World Cup in Qatar.
Jose Mourinho’s Roma side are also in the draw, qualifying as a result of their success in the inaugural Europa Conference League last season.
Here’s how you can follow along…
How to watch Europa League draw in UK
TV channel: The draw will be broadcast live on BT Sport 1. Coverage begins at 12pm BST.
Live stream: BT Sport subscribers can watch the draw via the BT Sport app or website, while the draw will also be broadcast for free via Uefa’s YouTube and social media channels.
Live blog: You can also follow all the action from the draw via Standard Sport’s live blog.