We might still have one more matchday left to play in the UEFA Champions League, however we do already know a vast number of the 16 sides that will compete in the first knockout stage in February.
Of course, there is still another game that needs to be played in the group stage, thus providing bettors with the chance to place a wager and potentially earn a nice sum of money when they visit bet9ja-nigeria-sport-betting.com for all of their needs in Matchday 6.
For some teams, it will be an opportunity to try and top their group and potentially miss out on some of the biggest sides that remain in the competition, whilst for others, it could be a perfect opportunity to give some of their players a chance to play and stake a claim, whilst others get a rest that they may not have thought would have been possible.
Which teams, though, have already managed to book their place in the draw for the Round of 16? Well, there are a number of teams that would be expected on the list, including all four from England’s Premier League. Let’s take a look:
Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain have obtained qualification from Group A already, whilst Liverpool have sealed Group B. Porto have 5 points, but with Milan and Atletico Madrid both on 4, second is up for grabs.
Ajax has sealed the top spot in Group C, whilst Sporting Lisbon has also secured qualification.
Real Madrid lead Group D by two points over Inter, meaning the two will battle it out for the top spot knowing that they have both qualified for the next stage.
Group E has seen Bayern Munich coast to the next round, whilst Barcelona are on the edge of going out as they face the Germans in Matchday 6 whilst only one point clear of Benfica, who play Dynamo Kyiv.
Manchester United have qualified for the Round of 16 from Group F, although Villarreal, Atalanta and BSC Young Boys will all compete for the final spot.
Group G is completely up for grabs as all four teams still have the opportunity to qualify. Lille and RB Salzburg hold first and second currently, but Sevilla and Wolfsburg are both still firmly in the hunt.
Chelsea took control of Group H after beating Juventus emphatically, with the Italians also securing qualification, meaning both need to win their final game to ensure they take the top spot and go into the next round as a seeded side.
Therefore, a total of 11 teams have already qualified and there are just five more places available in Matchday 6!