Sat 12 November 2022 | 6:52

Which teams still have a chance to qualify for the next stage of the Champions League

The Group Stages of the UEFA Champions League are over and now we have the final 16 teams remaining in the competition.

Now that the Group Stages are over and we have the final 16 teams remaining in the UEFA Champions League, there will be many that will immediately be looking ahead to the knockout stages and trying to predict which teams will be able to progress, while also looking at which teams they feel will be unable to go any further.

Indeed, while the club tournament is the premier sporting competition across Europe, the tournament that features many of the continent’s elite clubs has widespread appeal, with fans from all over the globe continuing to tune in wherever they are.

Fans in the US continue to enjoy the matches played, while audiences flock as far as wide as Asia and Australia, too. In conjunction with the fan appeal that is experienced in these countries, football has also become the perfect addition for many to their gambling hobbies. Taking Australia as an example, many enjoy sports betting on the action as well as enjoying the best

Australian online pokies

sites that are available at the same time because it has allowed them to enhance both pastimes in an incredible way.

And, one way in which Aussies like to enjoy sports betting on the UCL is by trying to predict which teams will continue to progress and qualify for the next round of the tournament.

Which teams are in the Last 16?

As of this moment, all we know are the final 16 teams to be competing in

the knockout stage of the UEFA Champions League

this season. The matches to be played will not be confirmed until Monday, November 7, with these games to be scheduled to be played in the new year once the 2022 FIFA World Cup comes to its conclusion and domestic football seasons restart.

So, which teams have managed to qualify for the next stage?

Group winners

  • Bayern (GER)

  • Benfica (POR)

  • Chelsea (ENG)

  • Man City (ENG)

  • Napoli (ITA)

  • Porto (POR)

  • Real Madrid (ESP)

  • Tottenham (ENG)

Group runners-up

  • Club Brugge (BEL)

  • Dortmund (GER)

  • Frankfurt (GER)

  • Inter (ITA)

  • Leipzig (GER)

  • Liverpool (ENG)

  • Milan (ITA)

  • Paris Saint-Germain (FRA)

How will the draw work?

The draw will be separated by teams that are seeded (Group winners) and unseeded (Group runners-up), where one will be drawn against the other at random. Clubs from the same country are still unable to play against each other in this stage of the tournament, though, therefore

Liverpool will avoid Manchester City, Chelsea, and Tottenham Hotspur in the next stage


However, the Reds could end up facing the likes of Bayern and Real Madrid in the next stage, whereas the other three English teams could end up drawing Paris Saint-Germain, Milan, and Inter in the Last 16, thus providing them with a potentially tricky clash.

Final Thoughts

There is no doubt that we could end up having eight incredible matches in the upcoming UCL Last 16 round, with each of the teams involved having squads that are full of star quality and can all be considered dangerous opponents when on the field.

Of course, trying to predict who might make the next stage of the competition will be extremely difficult until the round has been set, but what many may find even after the stage has been set is that making predictions could still be rather challenging depending on the clashes to be created.

source: SportMob

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