Calculations have been made in order to determine the most likely opponents for each side in the last 16 of the Champions League ahead of the draw next week.
The draw for the last 16 is set to take place on Monday, with no team able to face a fellow group-winner, a side from the same group as them, or a club from the same domestic league as them.
And from that criteria, calculations have been made around whom each club is most likely to be drawn against, with the percentages differing for a number of teams due to the fact that some have as many as seven possible opponents while others have as few as five.
There are four Spanish and four German sides in the draw, three from England and three from Italy, and one each from Portugal and France.
Based on the calculations, Borussia Monchengladbach are the most likely opposition for Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool, and the same goes for fellow Premier League sides Man City and Liverpool.
City are least likely to come up against Serie A outfit Atalanta, while Liverpool and Chelsea count Porto as the team they are least likely to meet.
Barcelona have cause for concern as their most likely opponents are Bayern, who demolished them 8-2 in last season’s quarter-finals. Sevilla, whom Bayern beat in the Uefa Super Cup, are the German club’s second-most likely opposition.
Like the Premier League sides, Juventus are most likely to face Gladbach, and the same goes for PSG.
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