ALL four English sides are through to the round of 16 in the UEFA Champions League, with Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City looking to win the trophy.
Graham Potter's, Jurgen Klopp's and Pep Guardiola's sides were through with a game to spare as Spurs made it a cagey affair, taking it to the last game of the group.
However, with a comeback victory over Marseille, Antonio Conte's men topped Group D, alongside Chelsea and City, who topped their groups.
Liverpool finished second in Group A, and now the sides will await the draw on Monday, November 7 as they learn who they will get in the next round.
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Who could Chelsea face?
Having topped their group, Chelsea could come up against a range of opponents who have finished second in the other Champions League groups.
With UEFA rules meaning that they cannot face a country from the same nation as them, in this case Liverpool, the Blues are also unable to face AC Milan after being in the same group.
Therefore, Chelsea could be drawn against French giants PSG, who fell to a late second-placed finish in their group after Benfica's huge victory saw them go ahead of Christophe Galtier's men on away goals scored.
Furthermore, there could be a return to Stamford Bridge for Timo Werner as Leipzig are an option, while Romelu Lukaku could find himself playing against the side he is on loan from for Inter Milan.
There could be history made if Chelsea draw Borussia Dortmund, who finished runners up to Man City, as the two sides have never faced each other in the Champions League.
Eintracht Frankfurt and Club Brugge are the final two options for the Blues.
Who could Liverpool face?
Group A runners up Liverpool are unable to face Chelsea, Spurs or Man City as well as Napoli, who topped their group.
This leaves them with only four options in what could be a tough draw: Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Porto and Benfica.
Facing the German giants would see a reunion with Sadio Mane, while Real Madrid beat Klopp's side in last season's final.
Who could Spurs face?
Spurs may have nervily got through their group, but having topped it they are unable to take on Liverpool or Eintracht Frankfurt.
PSG, RB Leipzig, Borussia Dortmund, Inter Milan, Club Brugge and AC Milan are the options for the north London side.
The most notable of these opponents are PSG and Inter, with theItalians having the opportunity to come up against their former head coach Conte, who won the Serie A title during his time at the San Siro.
Who could Man City face?
The favourites for the competition are Guardiola's side and they will learn who stands in their way of a historic Champions League win.
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Unable to face Liverpool or Borussia Dortmund, the Citizens would face the toughest test if they draw PSG.
Elsewhere, they could face RB Leipzig, Inter Milan, Eintracht Frankfurt, Club Brugge or AC Milan.
The draw will take place on Monday, with the sides looking to make it another successful season for English football in Europe.
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