Champions League Predictions & Betting Odds - Group Stage Matchday 6 Preview

Champions League Prediction

Champions League Predictions & Betting Odds - Group Stage Matchday 6 Preview

As we enter the last round of matches in the group stage of the Champions League 2019-20 this week, half of the 16 qualifiers for the knockout stage are already known. The 8 teams that have already qualified are…

  • Manchester City
  • Tottenham Hotspur
  • Paris Saint-Germain
  • Bayern Munich
  • Juventus
  • Real Madrid
  • Barcelona 
  • and RB Leipzig

Below we look at the state of play with regards to the other eight qualifiers and which big-name teams could be heading for an early bath.

Group A

PSG are through as group winners and 13-time tournament Real Madrid have joined them in the last 16.

Club Brugge will finish third and qualify for the Europa League if they beat Real Madrid, or if Galatasaray fail to beat PSG.

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Group B

Bayern Munich have eased into the last 16 on the back of a 100% record after five games, with last season’s runners-up, Tottenham Hotspur, also through as group runners-up.

Olympiakos take on Red Star Belgrade, with the Greeks needing to win if they are to secure a place in the Europa League at the expense of their opponents.

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Group C

Manchester City have already qualified as group winners, with Shakhtar Donetsk needing to beat Atalanta at home to join them in the last 16. Dinamo Zagreb and Atalanta are still hoping to finish as runners-up.

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Group D

Juventus have already qualified for the last 16 as group winners. Atletico Madrid will join them in the knockout stage if they beat Lokomotiv Moscow at home.

Bayer Leverkusen need to beat Juventus and hope that Atletico drop points.

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Group E

Liverpool, the defending champions, need a point away to Red Bull Salzburg to guarantee their place in the last 16.

Should the Reds lose in Austria though, the European champions will be out, unless Napoli also lose at home to Genk. It is also possible to Liverpool to progress were they to lose but score four or more goals and only lose by one goal against Salzburg (e.g. a 5-4, 6-5 defeat, etc).

Napoli only require a point at home to Genk to progress.

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Group F

Barcelona have already qualified as group winners and Inter Milan will join them in the knockout stage if they beat Barca at the San Siro. 

Should Inter fail to win, then Dortmund (who host already eliminated Slavia Prague) will qualify if they better Inter’s result.

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Group G

RB Leipzig are already assured of their place in the Champions League knockout stages. Zenit St Petersburg will qualify if they win away to Benfica, but Lyon would qualify if they better Zenit’s result in the final games.

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Group H

Chelsea’s progress is in their own hands, with victory at home to already eliminated Lille securing their passage to the last 16. A draw might be sufficient, but only if Valencia lose to Ajax.

A draw would see Ajax safely through, while Valencia know a win would guarantee that they go through.

Tuesday, 10 December:

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