Final matchday fixtures and results for the Champions League group stage
Tuesday 10 December
Napoli vs Genk
Salzburg vs Liverpool
Borussia Dortmund vs Slavia Prague
Inter vs Barcelona
Benfica vs Zenit
Lyon vs RB Leipzig
Ajax vs Valencia
Chelsea vs Lille
Wednesday 11 December
Clubs Brugge vs Real Madrid
PSG vs Galatasaray
Bayern vs Spurs
Olympiacos vs Red Star Belgrade
Dinamo vs Man City
Shakhtar vs Atalanta
Atletico Madrid vs Lokomotiv Moscow
Bayer Leverkusen vs Juventus
The 2019/20 Champions League group stages reach a conclusion this week.
Eight clubs have already qualified for the last 16, meaning another eight sides across Europe will be determined on Tuesday and Wednesday night.
Champions League draw
- The Champions League last 16 draw will take place on Monday 16 December in Nyon, Switzerland.
- The draw will consist of two seeding pots: the group winners, and the group runners-up.
- Teams cannot be drawn against those in their current group, or from their own domestic competition.
- Seeded group winners will play the first-leg away and the return fixture at home.
- The first legs will be played in February (18/19/25/26) and the second legs in March (10/11/17/18).
Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur have already guaranteed progression from the group phases, with the former confirmed Group C winners and the latter securing a runners-up spot.
Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain are the other confirmed group winners. Real Madrid are guaranteed second-place and RB Leipzig have also secured qualification from Group G but will top with a result away to Lyon on Tuesday. There are still eight places up for grabs in this final group stage match week.
The Champions League last 16 draw will take place on Monday 16 December in Nyon, Switzerland.
The draw will consist of two seeding pots: one for the winners of each group, and another for the runners-up.
Confirmed winners: Manchester City, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain.
Confirmed runners-up: Tottenham Hotspur
Teams cannot be drawn against those they faced in the group stages or any side from their own association.
Seeded group winners will contest the first legs – to take place in February (18/19/25/26) – away from home first and play the second legs – in March (10/11/17/18) – on home soil.
Starting off on Tuesday night is Group E, Liverpool is set to contest a Champions League with Red Bull Salzburg. A draw would be enough to see them through as the Austrian club are three points behind. A win for Liverpool, would confirm top spot, Napoli will also guarantee their own progression with a win over Genk.
In Group F Barcelona have already secured top prize, so it is a race between Borussia Dortmund and Inter Milan. BVB face Salvia Prague at the Westfalenstadion while Inter take on Barca at the San Siro. Both clubs are on seven points so there is a lot resting on these two fixtures.
RB Leipzig are already through, but could top Group G with a result at Lyon. The French club will also progress should they beat Leipzig, or draw if Zenit Saint Petersburg lose to Benfica. Zenit meanwhile will also confirm qualification if Leipzig draw or lose.