Champions League Last 16 draw LIVE: Updates as Man Utd, Chelsea, Liverpool, Man City learn fate – stream FREE, TV info

THE Champions League Last 16 draw is HERE – and Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool and Man City learn their fate.

And it could be a tricky draw for the holders Chelsea after Thomas Tuchel's side finished second in their group.

Robert Lewandowski's Bayern Munich could face Chelsea in today's draw while Lionel Messi's PSG could be drawn against United, Liverpool or City in the trickiest draw.

And remember, two teams from the same country cannot face each other at this stage.

We'll be bringing you ALL of the latest updates from the huge draw right here!

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  • Start time: 11am GMT

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Follow ALL of the latest from the draw below…

  • Sunni Upal

    NEARLY TIME

    We're seconds away from the scheduled start time in Nyon.

    Anyone else nervous? Mine just could be the caffeine, to be honest.

  • Sunni Upal

    RONALDO VS MESSI?

    Man Utd vs PSG is a possibility – I'm just throwing it out there.

    Man City can't get the French side because they faced them in the group stage.

    Liverpool could also end up facing Messi and Co. Mo Salah wouldn't mind that challenge, I reckon.

  • Sunni Upal

    HOME COMFORTS

    I should probably mention…

    Unseeded teams will host the first leg in February.

    Seeded teams will be at home for the second leg in March.

    Man City, Man Utd and Liverpool will all be home for the second leg having won their groups.

    Chelsea will be at home for the first leg.

  • Sunni Upal

    COMING UP

    About 20 minutes away from the draw proceedings commencing.

    A reminder of the pots when the balls enter the hat:

    Seeded: Ajax, Bayern Munich, Juventus, Liverpool, Lille, Man City, Man Utd, Real Madrid.

    Unseeded: Atletico Madrid, Benfica, Chelsea, Inter Milan, PSG, Salzburg, Sporting Lisbon, Villarreal.

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  • Sunni Upal

    SPUR CRAZY

    One thing we still don't know is what's going to happen with Spurs in the Europa Conference League.

    Their game with Rennes last week was called off due to Covid and Group G is still up in the air.

    All we know at this stage is that game will not be played but the result is to be determined.

    We have no idea who the winners and runners-up from that group will be.

    All will (hopefully, but probably not) become clear this afternoon.

  • Sunni Upal

    ON THE HORIZON

    The Champions League draw is the main event today, but there's also the Europa League and Europa Conference League draws coming up a bit later.

    The Europa League featuring Barcelona – I still can't quite believe that sentence.

  • Kostas Lianos

    BLUES CRUISE

    Chelsea recovered from an early defeat by Juventus in the group to go through rather easily in the end.

    But Thomas Tuchel’s men were made to settle for second place despite thrashing the Italians 4-0 in the return.

    Juve topped the group on 15 points, two ahead of Chelsea.

    Zenit and Malmo were well off the pace

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  • Kostas Lianos

    UNITED FRONT

    It looked a bit dicey at times, but Manchester Utd came through Group F as winners thanks to their fair share of late goals.

    United finished top on 11 points from Villarreal on 10 with Atalanta made to settle for third and Young Boys bottom.

    How crucial were those late goals against Atalanta and Villarreal?

  • Kostas Lianos

    RAMPANT REDS

    Liverpool usually make tough work of the group stage but they had no problems this year.

    Jurgen Klopp’s men won all six games against Atletico Madrid, Porto and Milan in what looked to be the group of death on paper.

    Atletico edged through in second on the final matchday with Porto third and Milan bottom.

    Liverpool became the first ever English side to win all of their group stage matches.

    The Merseysiders also won six consecutive matches in Europe for the first time ever

  • Kostas Lianos

    GROUP A RECAP

    Manchester City finished top of their group with Paris Saint-Germain going through in second place.

    Pep Guardiola’s men won four of their six games to finish one point ahead of the French giants in a tough group.

    RB Leipzig were sent to the Europa League after finishing third and Brugge were last

  • Kostas Lianos

    ROAD TO THE FINAL

    The final this season takes place at the Gazprom Arena in St Petersburg, Russia on 28th May.

    Quarter-finals are set for April 5/6 and 12/13 before the semis on April 26/27 and May 3/4

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  • Kostas Lianos

    DATES FOR THE DIARY

    The first legs will take place across four nights in February – 15th, 16th, 22nd and 23rd.

    Second legs are set for the following month on March 8th, 9th, 15th and 16th.

    After that, we’ll have the draw for the last-eight and semis. Let’s hope the Prem teams are still going strong

  • Kostas Lianos

    SEEDED TEAMS

    Ajax, Bayern Munich, Juventus, Liverpool, Lille, Man City, Man Utd, Real Madrid.

    UNSEEDED TEAMS

    Atletico Madrid, Benfica, Chelsea, Inter Milan, PSG, Salzburg, Sporting Lisbon, Villarreal.

    WHAT THAT MEANS

    Chelsea can draw any seeded team except the Premier League sides and Juventus, whom they faced in the group stage.

    The seeded teams can't face the Blues or the team they met in the group stage

  • Kostas Lianos

    POT LUCK

    The teams are divided into two groups, one for the winners and one for the runners-up from the group stage.

    It’s a fairly straight-forward draw from that sense but there is country protection, so no all-Premier League ties.

    The same won't apply in the quarter-final phase, which means if all four Premier League teams make it out of the Last 16 we may see an all English tie

  • Kostas Lianos

    WELCOME

    Champions League draw day is one of the best of the season. So much better than watching an actual match.

    Hello everybody and welcome along to our LIVE coverage of the Champions League first knockout round draw today.

    In just over an hour from now Man Utd, Man City, Chelsea and Liverpool will find out who stands in their way of a place in the quarter-finals.

    Sixteen teams will enter the hat for the first knockout round very shortly and we’ll have the full draw for you as it happens.

    The draw is scheduled to start at 11am GMT – Stay right there for all the build-up

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