FOUR English teams are battling for a place in the Champions League knockout stages.
Chelsea, Tottenham, Liverpool and Manchester City are all on course to reach the Round of 16.
And should they navigate their final matches successfully, they will enter into the coveted knockout stages and be playing in the competition in the New Year.
But who else could be joining them?
When is the Champions League draw?
The Champions League Round of 16 draw will take place on Monday, December 16.
It will be held at 11am UK time – that is 12pm at the Uefa headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland.
The draw will decided who will face who in eight matches with the group winners only able to play the runner-ups.
Yet, teams from the same country will be kept apart, so no all-Premier League clashes.
How can I watch it?
This draw will likely be live streamed via Uefa’s dedicated Champions League Twitter account – but this is currently unconfirmed.
Details will be updated nearer the time.
What teams have qualified?
Teams to qualify for the Champions League knockout stages are:
- Paris Saint-Germain
- Bayern Munich
- Real Madrid
- Manchester City
- RB Leipzig