We’re into the closing matches of the Champions League group stage, and the final teams are booking their places in the round of 16.
Here we take a look at the state of play across all four remaining groups.
The group winners and runners-up will go into the Champions League round of 16; third place drops into the Europa League knockout round to face group runners-up from that competition; and fourth is knocked out completely.
QUALIFIED AS GROUP WINNERS: Bayern Munich, Chelsea, FC Porto, Manchester City, Napoli, Tottenham Hotspur
QUALIFIED AS GROUP RUNNERS-UP: Borussia Dortmund, Club Brugge, Eintracht Frankfurt, Liverpool
QUALIFIED, POSITION TBC: Benfica, Inter Milan, Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid
DROPS INTO UEL: Ajax, Bayer Leverkusen, Sporting CP
ELIMINATED, COULD MAKE UEL: Barcelona, Dinamo Zagreb, Juventus, Maccabi Haifa
ELIMINATED FROM EUROPE: Atletico Madrid, Celtic, Marseille. Rangers, Viktoria Plzen
- points in head-to-head matches among the tied teams
- goal difference in head-to-head matches among the tied teams
- goals scored in head-to-head matches among the tied teams
overall goal difference
- overall goals scored
- overall away goals scored
- overall wins
- overall away wins
- disciplinary points
- UEFA club coefficient
Next fixtures, Nov. 2: AC Milan vs. FC Salzburg, Chelsea vs. Dinamo Zagreb
Chelsea: Have qualified as group winners.
AC Milan: Will go through in second with a win/draw at home to FC Salzburg.
FC Salzburg: Must beat AC Milan to go through in the Champions League.
Dinamo Zagreb: Have been eliminated from the Champions League and can only make it into the Europa League if they win at Chelsea and FC Salzburg lose.
Next fixtures, Nov. 2: Real Madrid vs. Celtic, Shakhtar Donetsk vs. RB Leipzig
Real Madrid: Have qualified for the round of 16 and will win the group with a victory at home to Celtic. A draw/loss will also be enough for top spot if RB Leipzig fail to beat Shakhtar Donetsk.
RB Leipzig: Must avoid defeat away to Shakhtar to qualify, and can top the group with a win if Real Madrid draw/lose.
Shakhtar Donetsk: Victory at home to RB Leipzig will send them through in second on head-to-head record.
Celtic: Have been eliminated from Europe.
Next fixtures, Nov. 2: FC Copenhagen vs. Borussia Dortmund, Manchester City vas Sevilla
Manchester City: Have qualified as group winners.
Borussia Dortmund: Have qualified as group runners-up.
Sevilla: Have qualified for the Europa League.
FC Copenhagen: Have been eliminated from Europe.
Next fixtures, Nov. 2: Juventus vs. Paris Saint-Germain, Maccabi Haifa vs. Benfica
Paris Saint-Germain: Have qualified and are top of the group only on goal difference, so even a win in Turin might not be enough to finished first — but it will leave Benfica needing a big score. The head to head between the two teams at the top is level, with both games finishing 1-1.
Benfica: Have qualified but trail PSG by a goal difference of 4, and have also scored 4 fewer goals. It means they realistically must better PSG’s result on Matchday 6 to finish top — if both teams win then Benfica must do so by at least 4 more goals than PSG win theirs.
Juventus: Have been eliminated from the Champions League. The head to head is level with Maccabi Haifa but Juve have a much better goal difference. It essentially means Juve will be in the Europa League if they match or better Maccabi Haifa’s result.
Maccabi Haifa: As their goal difference is 6 worse than Juve’s they will have to better the Italian side’s result on Matchday 6 to make the Europa League.