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Who could Premier League teams draw in the Champions League?

Who could Premier League teams draw in the Champions League?

Manchester City were the last side to inflict a defeat on United, with Kevin De Bruyne inspiring them to a 2-1 win in September of a year ago.

Mbappe scored 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.

Manchester City: Bayern Munich, Juventus, Basel, Real Madrid, Spartak Moscow, Sevilla, Porto or RB Leipzig.

That turned out to be enough for Roma to win the section ahead of Chelsea, who had to come from behind to draw 1-1 at home to Atletico.

The Italian champions go through behind Barcelona, who rounded off their group phase by easing to a 2-0 win at home against Sporting Lisbon.

On Tuesday, Manchester United needs just a point at home to CSKA Moscow to seal first place in Group A, and already qualified Chelsea can finish top of Group C by beating Atletico.

As a result of these restrictions, the Blues would only be able to draw three teams in the round of 16 - Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain or Besiktas.

In that case, United would still win the group, unless they lost by five goals but would still qualify, unless they lost by seven goals.

Who will finish fourth in their group?
Juventus will progress with a win over bottom played Olympiacos, or if Sporting fails to get the victory away in Barcelona.

PSG qualified as winners of Group B, Bayern finishing second, while Anderlecht beat Scottish champions Celtic, who secured a Europa League spot despite the 1-0 loss.

For Atletico to qualify they need a victory and for Roma to not win.

Having lost 3-0 in Paris in September, Bayern needed to win by four goals to leapfrog Neymar and co. It's not over yet, but Atletico's two draws with Qarabag look set to condemn them to the Europa League.

Last season's beaten finalists Juventus clinched a spot in the knockout round after beating Olympiakos 2-0 in Greece, Juan Cuadrado and Federico Bernardeschi on target for the Serie A champions. To qualify in first place, Liverpool need a win or a draw if Sevilla fail to win at NK Maribor.

Sunderland ended a 77-game unbeaten run in the Premier League when they triumphed in 2013. If Sporting fail to win, Juve go through regardless.

Leipzig, who are level on points with Porto, host group victor Besiktas Wednesday and will only go through if they secure more points than the Portuguese team.

It booked them top spot in Champions League group A - and also landed drew Jose Mourinho's side level with a 51-year-old club record.

Real qualify as runners-up.