After Real Madrid’s back to back Champions League victories, every other team in the competition will be hoping that they can replace them as the 2018 champions in Kiev (Ukraine) in May.

One thing that can seriously alter your chances is the group stage draw. Lets take a look at how the groups mapped out, who’s likely to go through and who got the dreaded group of death!

 

Group A

SL Benfica

Manchester United

Basel

CSKA Moscow

 

Group B

FC Bayern Munich

PSG

Anderlecht

Celtic

 

Group C

Chelsea

Atletico Madrid

Roma

Qarabag

 

Group D

Juventus

Barcelona

Olympiakos

Sporting Lisbon

 

Group E

FC Spartak Moscow

Sevilla FC

Liverpool

Maribor

 

Group F

Shakhtar Donetsk

Manchester City

Napoli

Feyenoord

 

Group G

AS Monaco

Porto

Besiktas

RB Leipzig

 

Group H

Real Madrid

Borussia Dortmund

Tottenham

Apoel Nicosia


 

Group Of Death?

There’s actually a few tough groups with Juventus and Barcelona facing off, and Bayern and PSG going head to head. Chelsea also have a darkhorse style group, but it’s group H containing Real Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, Tottenham and Apoel Nicosia that has to take the title. Apoel Nicosia will certainly be the whipping boys of this group, in fact you wouldn’t blame them if they decided not to turn up.

 

Group Of Life?

This title belongs to group G containing Monaco,┬áPorto, Besiktas and RB Leipzig, you couldn’t ask for much more if you’re Monaco and your entire team has been raided like an old English settlement throughout the summer.

 

Who Will We See In The Final 16?

It’s of course anyone’s guess due to the nature of the competition, however it’s likely that the following teams should qualify for round 2.

Group A: Manchester United, Benfica

Group B: Bayern Munich, PSG

Group C: Chelsea, Atletico Madrid

Group D: Barcelona, Juventus

Group E: Liverpool, Sevilla

Group F: Manchester City, Napoli

Group G: AS Monaco, RB Leipzig

Group H: Real Madrid, Borussia Dortmund

After Real Madrid's back to back Champions League victories, every other team in the competition will be hoping that they can replace them as the 2018 champions in Kiev (Ukraine) in May.

One thing that can seriously alter your chances is the group stage draw. Lets take a look at how the groups mapped out, who's likely to go through and who got the dreaded group of death!

 

Group A

SL Benfica

Manchester United

Basel

CSKA Moscow

 

Group B

FC Bayern Munich

PSG

Anderlecht

Celtic

 

Group C

Chelsea

Atletico Madrid

Roma

Qarabag

 

Group D

Juventus

Barcelona

Olympiakos

Sporting Lisbon

 

Group E

FC Spartak Moscow

Sevilla FC

Liverpool

Maribor

 

Group F

Shakhtar Donetsk

Manchester City

Napoli

Feyenoord

 

Group G

AS Monaco

Porto

Besiktas

RB Leipzig

 

Group H

Real Madrid

Borussia Dortmund

Tottenham

Apoel Nicosia


 

Group Of Death?

There's actually a few tough groups with Juventus and Barcelona facing off, and Bayern and PSG going head to head. Chelsea also have a darkhorse style group, but it's group H containing Real Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, Tottenham and Apoel Nicosia that has to take the title. Apoel Nicosia will certainly be the whipping boys of this group, in fact you wouldn't blame them if they decided not to turn up.

 

Group Of Life?

This title belongs to group G containing Monaco, Porto, Besiktas and RB Leipzig, you couldn't ask for much more if you're Monaco and your entire team has been raided like an old English settlement throughout the summer.

 

Who Will We See In The Final 16?

It's of course anyone's guess due to the nature of the competition, however it's likely that the following teams should qualify for round 2.

Group A: Manchester United, Benfica

Group B: Bayern Munich, PSG

Group C: Chelsea, Atletico Madrid

Group D: Barcelona, Juventus

Group E: Liverpool, Sevilla

Group F: Manchester City, Napoli

Group G: AS Monaco, RB Leipzig

Group H: Real Madrid, Borussia Dortmund