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Group D: Barcelona vs.

Three traditional heavyweights - Barcelona, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich - are already through, as are former champion Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City.

Barcelona are already guaranteed top spot in Group D, and Juventus will be hoping to join them in the knockout stages by finishing as runners-up.

Mbappe netted six times last season while playing for 2016-17 Champions League semi-finalists Monaco and has proceeded to add four to his total this season after his move to PSG.

Atletico Madrid, Basel, CSKA Moscow, Juventus, Leipzig, Liverpool, Manchester United, Napoli, Porto, Roma, Sevilla, Shakhtar Donetsk, Spartak Moscow and Sporting Lisbon are also in with a chance.

CSKA Moscow must better Benfica's result to go through.

Bayern hosts Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday needing to win by a four-goal margin to progress as Group B victor.

Who will finish fourth in their group?

Something will have to give, with City chasing a record 14th straight Prem win which would take them clear past Arsenal and Chelsea's back-to-back winning runs from 2001/02 and 2016/17 respectively.

Both PSG and Bayern Munich are confirmed for the knockout phase, and the match at the Allianz Arena is a shootout for the top spot in the group.

It was the first Leg 3-0 defeat at the Parc des Princes that signaled the end of Carlo Ancelotti's time in charge at Bayern.

Celtic face a crunch clash against Anderlecht knowing if they avoid defeat by three goals they will qualify for the Europa League. A point will confirm European football in the new year for the Scottish side, whilst Anderlecht can leapfrog them into third on goal difference providing they win 3-0.

Diego Simeone's team, twice a finalist in the last four years, must beat Chelsea away and needs Roma to draw or lose against Azerbaijani team Qarabag at home.

Atletico didn't win any of their first four matches in Group C.

Chelsea will need a win to assure themselves of top spot in the group. If both teams draw, Dortmund will finish third due to their superior goal difference.

If Liverpool do secure top spot that makes things even trickier for Chelsea. If you back the draw alongside Napoli (who know a win against Feyenoord could see them progress from Group F alongside City) and Manchester United both to win you have a treble paying in excess of 5/1 with bet365. Juventus will finish second if they win at Olympiakos or if Sporting do not beat Barca.

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