Manchester United and Arsenal could find themselves in tough groups with Celtic or Rangers when the Europa League draw is made on Friday.
The group stage draw will be made in Monaco following the final round of qualifying matches.
The two Premier League clubs go straight into the group stage of the competition and have not had to qualify.
They will both be seeded in pot one of the draw while Wolves go into pot three if they get past Torino at Molineux.
Both United and Arsenal could be handed a tricky draw of either Celtic or Rangers, who will both be in pot two should they qualify.
Neil Lennon’s side have a 2-0 lead over AIK going into the second leg after earlier failing to make it through the Champions League qualifying rounds.
Steven Gerrard’s team have a little more work to do as they drew 0-0 with Legia Warsaw in Poland in the first leg.
There are 27 confirmed teams with the remaining 21 to be decided by the final round of qualifying.
Once those games have been played then the pots will be decided in full ahead of the draw. No team can play a club from their own association.
The first round of fixtures will be played on Thursday, September 19 with the competition culminating in the final in Gdansk in May 2020.