Who Manchester United could face in the Uefa Champions League last 16: Knockout stage draw pots and seedings

Richard Parry
Manchester United won Group A and will be among the top seeds: Valery Hache/AFP/Getty Images

Manchester United confirmed themselves as the winners of Group A with victory over CSKA Moscow on Tuesday, and will be among the Pot One seeds in Monday’s draw.

But the match wasn’t as routine as many expected, with the Russians taking the lead at Old Trafford before goals from Romelu Lukaku and Marcus Rashford turned the game on its head.

The three-time European Cup winners will be among the top seeds in the next round, and Jose Mourinho believes that ‘no team will be jumping with happiness to play them’.

But who could Manchester United face in the next round? Standard Sport runs you though the permutations for Mourinho’s side…

Pots and seedings

As the winner of Group A, United know they will be pitted against one of the group runner-ups from Pot Two.

Group Runner-ups
A FC Basel
B Bayern Munich
C Chelsea
D Juventus
E Sevilla
F Shakhtar Donestk
G FC Porto
H Real Madrid

Who Manchester United could face…

Uefa rules stipulate that two sides from the same country cannot face one another in the last 16, meaning that Group C’s second-ranked side, Chelsea, are out of the equation. Likewise, Manchester United cannot be paired with FC Basel, who they met in the group stages.

So who could they face?

Photo: Denis Doyle/Getty Images
Group Runner-ups
B Bayern Munich
D Juventus
E Sevilla
F Shakhtar Donetsk
G FC Porto
H Real Madrid

Bayern Munich, Juventus and Real Madrid are all confirmed possibilities for United. With Liverpool topping Group E then United can also face Sevilla.

Other possibilities are FC Porto from Group G or Shakhtar Donetsk from Group F and FC Porto from Group G.

Photo: Valery Hache/AFP/Getty Images

When is the draw?

The draw will take place at Uefa headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland on Monday, December 11. The draw is set to get underway at 11am GMT, and you can follow it LIVE on Standard Sport.

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