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Champions League matchday five: fixtures, results, standings, group permutations, TV guide

Manchester City and Spurs have qualified for the last 16

Manchester City and Tottenham are through to the Uefa Champions League round of 16 after their fixtures on matchday five of the group stage. 

A 1-1 draw against Shakhtar Donetsk means Man City will finish top of group C, while in group B Spurs came back from two goals down to beat Olympiakos 4-2. Tottenham will finish second in the group.

Bayern Munich, Juventus, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid are also through to the knockout stages of the competition. 

Matchday five results: Tuesday 26 November
  • Group A: Galatasaray 1 Club Bruges 1; Real Madrid 2 Paris Saint Germain 2 
  • Group B: Red Star Belgrade 0 Bayern Munich 6; Tottenham Hotspur 4 Olympiakos 2 
  • Group C: Atalanta 2 Dinamo Zagreb 0; Manchester City 1 Shakhtar Donetsk 1 
  • Group D: Lokomotiv Moscow 0 Bayer 04 Leverkusen 2; Juventus 1 Atlético Madrid 0
Which teams are through to the last 16?
  • Bayern Munich (group B winners) 
  • Juventus (group D winners) 
  • Manchester City (group C winners) 
  • Paris Saint-Germain (group A winners)  
  • Real Madrid (group A runners-up) 
  • Tottenham Hotspur (group B runners-up)
Cannot finish in the top two 
  • Club Brugge  
  • Red Star Belgrade  
  • Galatasaray 
  • Genk 
  • Lokomotiv Moscow  
  • LOSC Lille 
  • Olympiacos 
Group A permutations 
  • PSG are through as group winners 
  • Real Madrid are through 
  • Club Brugge cannot finish in the top two 
  • Galatasaray cannot finish in the top two
Group B permutations 
  • Bayern are through as group winners 
  • Tottenham are through  
  • Red Star are unable to finish in the top two 
  • Olympiacos are unable to finish in the top two
Group C permutations 
  • Man City are through as group winners
Group D permutations
  • Juventus are through as group winners 
  • Lokomotiv will finish fourth
Virgil van Dijk won the Uefa Champions League with Liverpool this year

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Group E fixtures: Wednesday 27 November

  • KRC Genk vs. FC Red Bull Salzburg (8pm, live on BT Sport Extra 5) 
  • Liverpool vs. Napoli (8pm, live on BT Sport 2)
Permutations (according to Uefa):

Group F fixtures: Wednesday 27 November

  • Barcelona vs. Borussia Dortmund (8pm, live on BT Sport ESPN) 
  • Slavia Prague vs. Inter Milan (8pm, live on BT Sport Extra 2) 
Permutations (according to Uefa):
  • Barcelona will be through if they beat Dortmund, if both games are drawn, or if Slavia beat Inter. Barcelona will clinch first place with a win 
  • Dortmund will be through if they beat Barcelona 
  • Inter will be unable to finish in the top two if they lose 
  • Slavia will be unable to finish in the top two if they do not beat Inter or if Dortmund beat Barcelona

Group G fixtures: Wednesday 27 November

  • Zenit St Petersburg vs. Lyon (5.55pm, live on BT Sport 1)  
  • RB Leipzig vs. Benfica (8pm, live on BT Sport Extra 4)
Permutations (according to Uefa):

Group H fixtures: Wednesday 27 November

  • Valencia vs. Chelsea (5.55pm, live on BT Sport 3)  
  • Lille vs. Ajax (8pm, live on BT Sport Extra 3)
Permutations (according to Uefa):
Uefa Champions League trophy

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Champions League key dates

  • 10/11 December: matchday six group fixtures  
  • 16 December: round of draw  
  • 18/19 and 25/26 February: round of 16 first legs  
  • 10/11 and 17/18 March: round of 16 second legs  
  • 20 March: quarter-final and semi-final draws 
  • 7/8 April: quarter-final first legs 
  • 14/15 April: quarter-final second legs 
  • 28/29 April: semi-final first legs 
  • 5/6 May: semi-final second legs  
  • 30 May 2020: Champions League final in Istanbul, Turkey 

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