The last group match day is just around the corner and the German representatives Hoffenheim, BVB, FC Bayern and Schalke 04 will have to prove themselves again before the knockout round. SPOX shows you which games take place and when and where you can follow the games on TV, livestream and live ticker.
The last group match day still has some top games in store. Tottenham will be a guest at FC Barcelona, Hoffenheim will have to play Manchester United and FC Bayern will have to beat Ajax Amsterdam to win the group.
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The group phase was not optimal for all German teams. Hoffenheim is already out of the group, Schalke is second in the group, BVB is dependent on help to become first in the group and FC Bayern still has the group victory in their own hands.
The BVB lost the group lead in the last Champions League match with the 0:0 against FC Bruges. However, the black-yellow side could still finish first in Group A with a win over AS Monaco and Atletico Madrid losing to Bruges. However, the Dortmund team have already reached the round of sixteen.
Despite a 3-1 defeat to FC Porto in their last Champions League match, the royal blues are still in the round of 16. Porto leads the group with 13 points and is no longer reachable for Schalke.
The Munichers have the round of sixteen already in their pockets, but they still have to make sure they win the group. In the match against Ajax Amsterdam a draw would be enough for FC Bayern to reach the knockout phase as first group player. After the 5:1 victory against Benfica Lisbon, fans and officials expect a victory.
For Hoffenheim, it’s all about the Europa League. The TSG are in last place with only three points and have therefore been eliminated from the Champions League. A win against Manchester City and Donetsk’s defeat against Lyon would put them in third place. However, the English leader of the standings will not be an easy task for the northern Baden team.