Following the conclusion of Champions League group stage action, we take a look at all of the relevant information ahead of the last 16 draw.
The Champions League last 16 draw will take place at 11:00 GMT on Monday 7th November in Nyon, Switzerland.
The draw will be available to watch live on UEFA's website or on BT Sport.
The following 16 teams have qualified for the Champions League knockout rounds, with the group winners seeded and runners-up unseeded for the upcoming draw:
Napoli, Porto, Bayern Munich, Tottenham, Chelsea, Manchester City, Real Madrid, Benfica.
Liverpool, Club Brugge, Inter Milan, Eintracht Frankfurt, AC Milan, RB Leipzig, Borussia Dortmund, PSG.
The eight seeded group stage winners will be drawn against one of the eight unseeded group stage runners-up.
The seeded sides will have the advantage of playing the first-leg away from home, with the second-leg in front of their home fans.
Teams from the same country or group stage section are not permitted to be drawn against one another at this stage.
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The Champions League last 16 first-leg ties will be played on February 14, 15, 21 and 22 in 2023. The return leg ties will be played on March 7, 8, 14 and 15.
Premier League champions Manchester City are currently the favourites with bet365 to win the Champions League outright at odds of 7/4.
Other fancied outfits include: Bayern Munich @11/2, PSG @8/1, Liverpool @9/1, Real Madrid @10/1.
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