The final round of Champions League group stage matches is over – so when is the draw for the last 16? And who is in it?
Liverpool and Chelsea made sure of their spots in the last 16 on Tuesday night – ensuring all four English teams will progress to the next stage of the Champions League.
Tottenham and Manchester City were both already qualified from Group B and Group C respectively before their games on Wednesday, when 14 of the 16 spots were already wrapped up.
City were comfortable victors away in Croatia while a changed Spurs side fell to Bayern Munich, who beat them 7-2 back in October under Mauricio Pochettino.
City’s group was one of two in which places in the next round were available and their 4-1 win over Dinamo Zagreb saw the Croatian team finish bottom of the group as Gabriel Jesus scored a hat-trick.
Shakhtar Donetsk were primed to go through in second but needed to beat Atalanta in Ukraine.
And they fell to a 3-0 defeat on home soil, with the Italian side making the next round despite never previously taking part in the Champions League.
Group D was the only remaining group with a spot open, which was taken by Atletico Madrid as they disposed of Russian side Lokomotiv Moscow.
Bayer Leverkusen therefore drop into the Europa League.
Teams in the last four
Group winners (seeded)
Paris Saint-Germain (FRA), Bayern Munich (GER), Manchester City (ENG), Juventus (ITA), Liverpool (ENG), Barcelona (ESP), RB Leipzig (GER), Valencia (ESP)
Second-placed teams (unseeded)
Real Madrid (ESP), Tottenham Hotspur (ENG), Napoli (ITA), Borussia Dortmund (GER), Lyon (FRA), Chelsea (ENG), Atalanta (ITA), Atletico Madrid (ESP)
When is the last 16 draw?
UEFA will determine the last 16 ties on Monday (December 16) from Nyon, Switzerland.
It will be at 11am BST, with the Europa League following an hour later.
UEFA will stream the draw for free on their website while it will also be shown on BT Sport.
Who can English teams face in the last 16?
English sides cannot face each other until the quarter-final stage, meaning they will all be pitted against one of five potential opponents.
Manchester City: Real Madrid, Napoli, Atletico Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, Lyon
Tottenham: PSG, Juventus, Barcelona, RB Leipzig, Valencia
Liverpool: Real Madrid, Atalanta, Atletico Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, Lyon
Chelsea: PSG, Bayern Munich, Juventus, Barcelona, RB Leipzig