The final round of games in the Champions League group stages take place this coming week. Many of the biggest clubs in Europe have already assured their places in the next round of the competition, but who will claim wins on matchday six?
Manchester City have already wrapped up Group A in the Champions League, as they have qualified as group winners. City close their campaign with an away game against RB Leipzig, but we would be surprised to see anything other than an away win. PSG are also likely to end with a victory at home against Club Brugge.
Liverpool have already won Group B, and close their campaign with a trip to the San Siro to take on AC Milan. We will be taking a chance on the travelling side, as they look to finish second in the group. Atletico’s only chance of qualification hinges on a win away from home against Porto, but a draw could be the way to go in this fixture.
Borussia Dortmund have crashed out of the Champions League, but look a solid chance to end their campaign against Besiktas, who are destined to finish bottom. Ajax will also look to make it six wins from six against Sporting, and we expect them to achieve that.
It will be a battle for top spot in Group C, as Real Madrid host Inter Milan. Inter dominated the previous fixture between the sides without taking their chances, but they would be the narrow selection to win the return match. Sheriff’s Champions League campaign comes to an end on matchday six, but we will be backing them to get a win.
Barcelona could still crash out of the Champions League in matchday six, as they will need a win to reach the next round. However, it’s extremely unlikely that they will be getting maximum points in Bavaria against Bayern Munich. Benfica will take second spot on matchday six with a victory against Dynamo Kyiv.
Manchester United are already winners of Group F, and will round off their campaign by getting revenge at Old Trafford against Young Boys. The second spot will come down to a battle between Atalanta and Villarreal in Italy. Our selection here would be a draw.
Group G is the most fascinating group, as all four teams can still finish in the top two places. We can see Salzburg getting the win that they need to qualify for the next round against Sevilla, while the match between Wolfsburg and Lille in Germany could be a draw, which would benefit the travelling side.
Group H is all but wrapped up. However, Chelsea will need a victory in Russia to wrap up top spot, and we expect the European champions to get the win that they need. Juventus will also win their final game in the group against Malmo.