Just one round of fixtures remain in the group stages of the UEFA Champions League, with 13 teams having already qualified for the last-16.
All the four Spanish teams are through to the knockout stages along with Arsenal & Manchester United, and with just three places up for grabs holders Chelsea are one of the six teams in contention on 4 and 5 December.
Qualified for the last 16: FC Porto, Paris Saint-Germain, Schalke 04, Arsenal, Malaga (GW), AC Milan, Borussia Dortmund (GW), Real Madrid, Shakhtar Dontesk, Bayern Munich, Valencia, Barcelona (GW), Manchester United (GW).
GW – Group Winners
Can still qualify: Juventus or Chelsea; Benfica or Celtic; Galatasaray or CFR Cluj (in each case losing team will play in the UEFA Europa League).
Confirmed in the UEFA Europa League: Dynamo Kiev, Olympiakos, BATE Borisov.
Can qualify for UEFA Europa League: Zenit St Petersburg or Anderlecht; Ajax or Manchester City (in each case the losing team will be knocked out of Europe)
Knocked out of Europe: Dinamo Zagreb, Montpellier, Nordsjælland, Spartak Moscow, LOSC Lille, Braga.
Here lets have a look the the permutations for all the eight groups..
Paris Saint-Germain (12pts) v FC Porto (13), Dinamo Zagreb (0) v Dynamo Kiev (4)
Porto have qualified with the most number of points after five games and will clinch the first place in the group win a win or a draw in Paris.
PSG are also through but must beat Porto to finish top.
Dynamo Kiev will transfer to the knockout stages of the Europa League
Dinamo Zagreb are out of Europe.
Olympiakos (6pts) v Arsenal (10), Montpellier (1) v Schalke 04 (11)
Schalke are through and will win the group if they get all three points in France or Arsenal are denied a win in Greece due to their head-to-head superiority.
Arsenal have qualified for the knockout stages for the 13th year running but to top the group, they must win at Olympiakos and hope Montpellier don’t lose to Schalke.
Olympiakos will transfer to the knockout stages of the Europa League.
Montpellier are out of Europe.
Malaga (11pts) v Anderlecht (4), AC Milan (8) v Zenit St Petersburg (4)
Malaga in their debut season in the Champions League have qualified as group winners due to their head-to-head superiority over Milan.
Milan are through as runners-up of the group.
Zenit lie third on goal difference as they are level on head-to-head with Anderlecht, with whom they fighting for a place in the last-32 of the Europa League. If the two matches in the group end in a draw, the Russian wll qualify for the Europa League due to the superior goal difference.
Anderlecht will qualify for the Europa League knockout stages if they pick up more points than Zenit or overturn their goal difference.
Borussia Dortmund (11pts) v Manchester City (3), Real Madrid (8) v Ajax (4)
Dortmund have qualified as group winners due to their head-to-head superiority over the reigning Spanish champions.
Real Madrid are through as runners-up, the 16th year in a row they have made it through their group.
Ajax will qualify for the Europa League if they win in Madrid or if Manchester City fail to win at Dortmund due to the Dutch champions’ head-to-head superiority.
Manchester City will qualify for the last-32 of the the Europa League if they win in Germany and Ajax fail to win in Spain.
Shakhtar Donetsk (10pts) v Juventus (9), Chelsea (7) v Nordsjælland (1)
Shakhtar are through and will clinch first place with a win or draw in their final game.
Juventus will finish first with a win against Shakhtar, and will be through with a draw even if Chelsea win against Nordsjælland.
Chelsea need to win their final game and hope the Italian champions lose as their head-to-head record is inferior to both teams above them.
Nordsjælland are out of Europe.
Bayern Munich (10pts) v BATE Borisov (6), LOSC Lille (3) v Valencia (10)
Bayern are through to the last-16 and top on head-to-head record ahead of Valencia. The Germans will win the group if they beat BATE or secure as many points as Valencia.
Valencia are through but must pick up more points than Bayern to finish first in the group.
BATE will finish third and enter the Europa League as their head-to-head record is superior to Lille’s.
Lille are out of Europe.
Barcelona (12pts) v Benfica (7), Celtic (7) v Spartak Moscow (3)
Barcelona are through as group winners
Benfica will be through with a win in Spain, or as long as they pick up the same number of points as Celtic, as they have the head-to-head superiority over the Scottish champions.
Celtic must pick up more points than Benfica to overtake them and make in through to the last-16.
Spartak are out of Europe.
Manchester United (12pts) v CFR Cluj (7), SC (3) v Galatasaray (7)
Manchester United are through as group winners.
Galatasaray are second ahead of Cluj on head-to-head record. They will qualify with a win in Portugal or as long as they pick up as many points as the Romanians.
Cluj must secure more points than Galatasaray to qualify for the Round of 16.
Braga are out of Europe.