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Chelsea, Liverpool & Tottenham’s likely last-16 Champions League opponents

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Last-16 Champions League teams confirmed

We now know all 16 teams who have advanced out the group stage of the 2019-20 Champions League.

Group winners: Barcelona, Manchester City, Liverpool, PSG, Bayern Munich, RB Leipzig, Juventus, Valencia

Runner-ups: Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Tottenham, Borussia Dortmund, Chelsea, Napoli, Lyon, Atalanta

Chelsea, Liverpool, Man City & Tottenham: Likely opponents

Spanish statistician MisterChip has crunched the numbers ahead of the last-16 Champions League draw.

Based on the restrictions of the draw, MisterChip has calculated the probabilities of which teams will be paired together.

The likeliest of all the draws is that Barcelona will be paired with Chelsea.

The Barcelona vs Chelsea tie has a 23.377% of being pulled out the hat.

Liverpool’s likeliest opponent in the last 16 is Atletico Madrid.

Liverpool vs Atletico is rated at 22.627%.

Tottenham’s most probable draw is against Valencia.

Spurs against Los Che is rated a 22.677%.

Finally, Man City’s most likely tie is also against Atletico Madrid (22.627%).

If not Atletico, Man City’s second likeliest pairing is with Real Madrid (21.878%).

When is the Champions League last 16 draw?

The draw will take place at UEFA HQ in Nyon, Switzerland on Monday 16 December.

The last 16 Champions League draw is set to start at 11 am GMT.

When will the Champions League last 16 matches be played?

Not until 2020.

The first-legs of the first knockout phase of the Champions League will be played over the 18-19 February and 25-26 February.

The second legs are scheduled for 10-11 March and 17-18 March.

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