We’ve reached the last matchday of the Champions League group stage, and therefore the last chance to reach the Round of 16 for many teams. Many have already qualified, but others are still in a dead heat. Who will take home the victory and lead their team to glory this week? Let’s find out, and remember to play here on CoinGames: https://coingames.fun/en/sports#/tree/all/66/0/16808/0/odds/byleague

Group A: Manchester United – Bayern Munich, Tuesday, 21:00 CET, Old Trafford, Manchester

In a perhaps not so-shocking turn of events, United find themselves bottom of their group with one matchday to go. However, the Red Devils still have a pathway to the Round of 16. They must defeat already-qualified Bayern and hope Galatasaray and Copenhagen draw in the other group game. It is an unlikely outcome, first and foremost because Bayern have not lost in the groups for over five years. In addition, United have conceded 14 goals in five games in the CL, more than any other side. The Red Devils are also proceeding poorly in the league, having lost 0-3 at home to Bournemouth just a few days ago.

On the flip side, Bayern are already certain of first place in this group, but did lose 5-1 away to Frankfurt this weekend. They are also chasing Bayern Leverkusen in first, who do not seem to be slowing down much at all. This should be an entertaining clash, as United need to go all out to at least hope for a chance to qualify. If not, they should at least hope to drop into the Europa League and keep their season alive, since hopes for a top 4 finish seem quite compromised at the moment. Bayern will not come to Manchester and allow United to walk over them though. Their unbeaten streak inthe group stage is impressive and they’ll want to keep it intact. Look for this to be an open game, with lost of goals and Bayern ultimately winning it.

What to look out for: United come into this clash without the likes of Casemiro and Eriksen in midfield. Rashford, Mount and Lindelof are also doubtful to appear. Bayern, on the other hand, will play without the likes of De Ligt and Gnabry, who will both return in the new year.

Manchester United to Win – 2.80

Draw – 3.80

Bayern Munich to Win – 2.33

Group E: Atletico Madrid – Lazio, Wednesday, 21:00 CET, Wanda Metropolitano, Madrid

This is a clash between two sides that have already qualified, but who are contending for first place. The reverse fixture in September ended with a goal by Lazio keeper Provedel in the 94th minute for the 1-1. Atletico have scored a whopping 15 goals in 5 games, an average of three a game in this group. They are also third in La Liga, 7 points off surprise leaders Girona and tied on points with Barcelona. Lazio, conversely, are 10th, winning just 6 of their first 15 games and conceding as many as they’ve scored. However, they have performed in Europe, qualifying in the last matchday when they defeated Celtic at home.

The Roman side need all three points if they are to advance as first in the group. That is a tall order for a team still looking for a proper identity after their exploit last season. It is more likely that the staunch Atleti defence put up a compact performance and the Colchoneros take home one or three points. Simeone’s side will be keen on finishing top to hope for an easier draw in the next round. Lazio have already met their expectations by getting out of this group. How far they can go remains to be seen, depending on where they end up and who they’re drawn to. Look for this game to be a tight encounter, with Atletico hitting Lazio on the counter for the win.

What to look out for: Atletico will be without Barrios and Lemar for this clash. Lazio are a bit short in defence, as centre backs Romagnoli and Patric have been ruled out through injury.

Atletico Madrid to Win – 1.63

Draw – 4.20

Lazio to Win – 5.00

Group F: Borussia Dortmund – PSG, Wednesday, 21:00 CET, Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund

The group of death cooking up two last major encounters, as PSG travel to Germany to face the Yellow Wall. The French side are certain of advancing only with a win, as a draw of loss leaves the door open from Newcastle and Milan. Dortmund need to avoid a loss in order to advance as top of the group, so they’ll be determined to put in an inspired performance. PSG had a lucky break in the previous game against Newcastle, when they tied the game through a controversial penalty in added time. Although they defeated the German contingent in the group’s first match, since then PSG have had troubles in the competition. They proceeded to only win one more of their 4 games, losing to Newcastle and AC Milan away. Their away form could be their undoing in one of Europe’s toughest places to play in.

Dortmund have been more consistent in Europe than in the league, surprisingly. They have had an amazing campaign so far, winning their last three games, including trips to Milan and Newcastle. They will need another good performance on Wednesday to keep their place at the top. PSG will undoubtedly look to win in Germany to avoid any surprises from the other game in the group. They have been knocked out in the Round of 16 two years in a row, so they’ll look to try and get a favourable draw by topping the group. This game really could go either way, as every ruslt has been wild in this group so far. PSG need to win, but Dortmund haven’t lost at home in the Cl for almost three years.

What to look out for: Dortmund will play without the likes of Haller, Moukoko, Ryerson and Nmecha. PSg have Dembele out suspended, with Lee Kang In replacing him. Fabian Ruiz, Kimpembe and Nuno Mendes are also out through injury.

Borussia Dortmund to Win – 3.75

Draw – 3.30

PSG to Win – 1.92

Group F: Newcastle United – AC Milan, Wednesday, 21:00 CET, St. James Park. Newcastle

The last game in Group F might be a useless one of PSG go on and win in Germany. However, in the case that doesn’t happen, both of these teams have a chance to still qualify. Both teams have been underwhelming in the groups, and have been majorly hampered by injuries. Newcastle are in a bit of a bind in the league as well, conceding seven in their last two games against Everton and Spurs. Milan lost a late game to Atalanta over the weekend, but were on a two game winning streak before that. Their defensive struggles are a result of their makeshift backline, which has been implemented as 4 of their centre backs are out through injury.

Rafael Leao is finally back for aC Milan after missing over a month through injury: a welcome addition to their frontline. In order to advance, Milan need to beat Newcastle and hope Dortmund take all three points against PSG. Newcastle have a slightly more favourable scenario: they need to win their home game and simply hope PSG don’t take all three points in Germany. Either way it will be close to a miracle for either of these two sides to advance. In any case, a Europa League spot is also up for grabs with a win for either side, which is a motivation that should not be underestimated especially for Newcastle. This, like the Dortmund – PSG match, is a really difficult one to call. This group has been entertaining the whole way through: does it have one last surprise in store for us?

What to look out for: AC Milan are still without 4 of their 5 centre backs, and will field Theo Hernandez in that position alongside Tomori. Newcastle will play without the likes of Burn, Botman, Pope, Murphy, Anderson and Barnes, alongside the suspended Tonali.

Newcastle United to Win – 1.92

Draw – 3.80

AC Milan to Win – 3.75