The Champions League group stages come to an end on Wednesday night and there will be just 16 teams remaining in the competiton.
There are four places in the knockout stages still to play for on Wednesday night, with the likes of Atletico Madrid, Inter Milan and Real Madrid still yet to qualify.
When is the Champions League last 16 draw?
The draw takes place on Monday 14 December at 11am UK time in Nyon, Switzerland.
How to watch the Champions League draw
The UEFA website will be streaming the draw live, while BT Sport will also be showing the draw.
All the details and reaction will be available here on Metro.co.uk.
Six team have already topped their groups and guaranteed to be seeded in the last 16: Bayern Munich, Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Juventus, Dortmund
Four teams are guaranteed to be unseeded in the last 16: Porto, Sevilla, Barcelona, Lazio
Paris Saint-Germain and RB Leipzig are into the last 16, but we don’t know which team will be seeded in that group yet.
There are four places yet to be decided on Wednesday night.
When will the last 16 ties take place?
There is a bit of a wait for the last 16 ties, with the first legs played on 16-17 February and the second legs on 9-10 March.