Arsenal made it six wins out of six in the Europa League on Thursday night when they edged out Dundalk 4-2 in their last Group match.
The Gunners the rare title of being the only side in UEFA's club competitions to keep a 100% record in the group stage this season.
The London side actually confirmed their progression to the next round after their win in Matchday five, allowing Mikel Arteta to make a number of changes in the last match.
Attention now shifts to Monday afternoon's draw when Arteta's side find out whom they will be facing in the next round.
Having finished top of their group, the Gunners can not be drawn against any of the other group winners.
They could however face one of the teams that dropped from the Champions League, but only those that have not been seeded, which is determined by their coefficient.
This means Arteta's side can only face runners up and the unseeded teams that dropped from the Champions League.
There are four unseeded teams from the Champions League batch, which are potential opponents;
- 🇦🇹 Salzburg
- 🇺🇦 Dynamo Kyiv
- 🇷🇺 Krasnodar
- 🇬🇷 Olympiacos
The Runners-up from the Europa League group stages and teams the Gunners could face are;
- 🇷🇸 Crvena zvezda
- 🇨🇭 Young Boys
- 🇪🇸 Granada
- 🇨🇿 Slavia Praha
- 🇵🇹 Benfica
- 🇪🇸 Real Sociedad
- 🇧🇪 Antwerp
- 🇵🇹 Braga
- 🇫🇷 LOSC Lille
- 🇦🇹 Wolfsberg
- 🇮🇱 Maccabi Tel-Aviv
The draw takes place at UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland, on Monday 14 December.