Champions League matchday 6 kicks off on Tuesday night.
The game of the evening took place at the Allianz Arena as Bayern Munich hosted Paris Saint-Germain, and it certainly lived up to its billing.
On Tuesday, Manchester United needs just a point at home to CSKA Moscow to seal first place in Group A, and already qualified Chelsea can finish top of Group C by beating Atletico.
Manchester United now sit top of Group A in the Champions League on 12 points but it's still possible that José Mourinho's side will crash out of the competition tonight.
Roma will qualify with a victory or if Atletico fail to win. Unfortunately for Atletico, they're away to Chelsea while Roma plays Qarabag at home.
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Barcelona have qualified as Group D winners.
PSG is seeking a sixth straight group win and to rebound from a shock 2-1 loss to promoted Strasbourg in the French league. The upside for Juventus is the final day schedule.
Depending on how results fall tomorrow night, Shakhtar Donetsk could be replaced by Serie A giants, which would be a much more menacing proposition for United, while Porto could be replaced by Red Bull Leipzig and a Spartak Moscow victory over Liverpool at Anfield would fire the Russian club into the final 16.
If Liverpool lose they are out unless Sevilla are also beaten.
Manchester City have already won group F ahead of their final game against Shakhtar Donetsk.
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That means Tottenham, for example, can not be drawn against Real Madrid as they were both in Group H, while they also can not meet any of the English teams to have won their group, like Manchester United. If Porto finish level on points with Leipzig, the Portuguese side will qualify due to their better head-to-head record.
They doubled their advantage 20 minutes into the second half when Dimitri Oberlin headed home from close range, and that was enough to condemn the Portuguese to a sixth successive defeat.
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All of Shakhtar's seven goals in the Champions League this season have come from open play. The Guardian's Sid Lowe highlights Getafe's improvement in La Liga.
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