The Champions League resumes with its final fixtures of the group stage, and as it stands, Tottenham, Inter, Liverpool, and Napoli have it all to fight for to progress to the knockout rounds.

So we give you a look at how things stand overall before the final round of games this week.

First, here are the teams who are already through to the round of 16: Ajax, Atletico Madrid, Barcelona*, Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, Juventus, Manchester City, Manchester United, Porto*, Real Madrid*, Roma, Schalke (*confirmed group winners)


Those who could still make the round of 16: Inter, Liverpool, Lyon, Napoli, PSG, Shakhtar Donetsk, Tottenham.

Moving to the Europa League round of 32: Benfica, Club Brugge, Valencia

Can still finish third: CSKA Moscow, Red Star Belgrade, Galatasaray, Hoffenheim, Lokomotiv Moscow, Viktoria Plzen

Will finish fourth: AEK Athens, Monaco, PSV Eindhoven, Young Boys



– Tottenham is currently second on head-to-head away goals, so will progress if they win in the Nou Camp or match, points-wise, Inter’s result at home to PSV.

– Inter will finish second if they pick up more points than Spurs.

– The most complicated of possible outcomes means current Group C leaders Napoli, second-placed Paris Saint-Germain, and Liverpool, in third, can still all qualify. Red Star Belgrade are bottom of the table, but could yet make it through to the last 32 of the Europa League.

– Liverpool host Napoli and must win to have any chance of going through – victory by more than one goal will ensure qualification.

– Should PSG beat Red Star away, Klopp’s men will need a 1-0 triumph or victory by two goals or more to finish second behind the French side, but other win margins will not be enough.

– If the game in Belgrade is a draw, Liverpool will advance with any win as it would leave them, PSG and Napoli all on nine points – with the English club finishing first on the three-way head-to-head.

– Red Star will take third place if they win and Liverpool loses.



Atletico Madrid will secure top spot in Group A if they beat Club Brugge or Borussia Dortmund fail to win at Monaco. Should the Germans win and the Spaniards lose in Belgium, then Dortmund would progress as group winners by virtue of their superior head-to-head goal difference.

Bayern Munich can secure first place in Group E with a draw away to Ajax, who can themselves finish top with victory in Amsterdam.

Manchester City will seal top spot in Group F with a draw at home to Hoffenheim – or if Lyon does not win away at Shakhtar. Lyon can take first place in the group with a victory and if City loses, as they hold a better head-to-head record over the Premier League champions.

Juventus currently top Group H – two points ahead of Manchester United – and will make sure of first place if they beat Young Boys in Switzerland.