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The end of matchday six marked the end of the Champions League group stage. Chelsea, Man City, Liverpool and Tottenham all qualified for the round of 16 meaning no English club missed out.
Some of the big boys were surprisingly knocked out. These include Juventus, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid who failed to progress from the group stage for the first time in Diego Simeone’s tenure as manager.
The draw will be held at 11am on Monday, November 7, at the House of European Football at UEFA headquarters in Switzerland. Group winners will be seeded for the last 16,which means that they will each be drawn against one of the eight that finished in second place in the group stages.
In addition, no side can play another team from their own country – so we will not be witnessing a City Liverpool thriller or a London Derby in the round of 16.
In each tie, the side that topped its group will be drawn away from home in the first leg, and play their second leg on home soil.
The first legs of the last-16 games will be played between February 14-15, and February 21-22 2023 while the second legs will be played across March 7-8 and March 14-15.
Meanwhile, the UEFA Europa League continues with Premier League leaders at home to Swiss side FC Zurich and Manchester United facing La liga side Real Sociedad in Spain.