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Champions League Round of 16 draw: Discussion and Live Thread

Let’s find out who Bayern Munich will draw in the Ro16! Thankfully, there’s no chance of Liverpool this time.

FBL-EUR-C1-DRAW Photo credit should read VALERY HACHE/AFP via Getty Images

It’s that time of the year again. After having concluded the best Champions League group stage campaign in the competition’s history, Bayern Munich will be one of the seeded teams participating in the Round of 16 Draw at Nyon on Monday.

This season, there is no Liverpool to trip us up, but the other draws are still scary. Three scintillating revenge ties are possible — against Real Madrid, Chelsea, and Atletico Madrid — however Hansi Flick and co. will probably prefer an easier draw to start their knockout campaign.

Here are all of Bayern’s possible opponents:

  • Real Madrid (Spain)
  • Atletico Madrid (Spain)
  • Chelsea (England)
  • Lyon (France)
  • Napoli (Italy)
  • Atalanta (Italy)

Rules for the draw:

  • You cannot draw a team from the same country.
  • You cannot draw a team that was in the same group.

Draw Probabilities:

Draw Info

Location: UEFA Headquarters, Nyon, Switzerland

Time: 12:00 CET


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