Here is all you need to know about champions league match day 5…. This is the calculations

Nine of the 16 places available in the Champions League knockout stages have been filled ahead of the final round of group fixtures.

That leaves another seven spots up for grabs on Matchday 6, with Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid among those aiming to qualify for the last 16.

Here’s how each group stands and who needs what to progress. You can tinker with the results on Matchday 6 to see how they affect the final standings.

Group A

While Bayern Munich will go through as group winners, Atletico Madrid are still not assured of their place in the last 16. Diego Simeone’s side need to avoid defeat away to RB Salzburg on Matchday 6 to progress.

Group B

Nobody has qualified and nobody has been eliminated in Group B so far, making it perhaps the toughest to call going into Matchday 6. Real Madrid will go through to the knockout stages if they beat Borussia Monchengladbach at Valdebebas.

Group C

With Manchester City and Porto already through in first and second place respectively, only the Europa League spot is up for grabs between Olympiacos and Marseille on Matchday 6.

Group D

Liverpool qualified as group winners with their win over Ajax on Matchday 5, while the Dutch team have to beat Atalanta on Matchday 6 in order to join Jurgen Klopp’s side in the last 16.

Group E

Nothing can change in this group in Matchday 6. Chelsea will progress as group winners, Sevilla will join them and Krasnodar will drop into the Europa League.

Group F

Borussia Dortmund, who have already qualified, will top the group if they beat Zenit on Matchday 6. Lazio just have to avoid defeat against Club Brugge to progress.

Group G

Despite having a 100 percent record, Barcelona are not guaranteed top spot in Group G. Juventus will qualify as group winners if they win by a three-goal margin at the Camp Nou on Matchday 6. Neither Dynamo Kiev nor Ferencvaros can qualify for the last 16, but they will face off for the Europa League spot on Matchday 6.

Group H

Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain and RB Leipzig all go into Matchday 6 level on points in Group H. United and PSG need just a point each against Leipzig and Istanbul Basaksehir on Matchday 6 to qualify. If Leipzig beat the Red Devils, they will progress.

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