We are halfway to the fifth day of the Champions League, with Barcelona, Liverpool and Tottenham among those who are in action tonight, facing very different situations.
Barça, along with Real Madrid, Manchester United and Manchester City are safe in the playoffs, while the Spurs and Liverpool have everything to play.
The Spurs, in particular, face a real fight if they're going to get to the last 16, but Mauricio Pochettino's team has been in good shape and will have confidence in beating anyone at Wembley.
Liverpool, for its part, will reserve its place in the last 16 with a win in Paris, which is one of our three key live matches tonight.
Stay tuned to Standard Sport for all the preparation of Tottenham vs Inter Milan, PSG vs Liverpool, PSV vs Barcelona, and all the latest news of the Champions League …
PSG vs Liverpool most recent
Jurgen Klopp is expected to make only one change in the lineup that defeated Paris Saint-Germain in September, when the two sides renew their rivalry tonight.
An injury in the eye prevented Roberto Firmino from beginning that last match, the Brazilian came to score the decisive goal in a 3-2 victory for the hosts at Anfield.
However, it is likely to present itself from the beginning at the expense of Daniel Sturridge at the Parc des Princes in an initial, otherwise familiar XI.
That means it starts for the trusted trio of Jordan Henderson, Gini Wijnaldum and James Milner in the center of the park.
Meanwhile, Joe Gomez will be restored in the center of defense after losing Dejan Lovren for the weekend win at Watford.
As for the hosts, it is believed that Thomas Tuchel is considering two surprise changes in his lineup, as he seeks to avoid a defeat that would end PSG's hopes of reaching the knockout stages.
Marquinhos has been backed to retain the midfield role he held at Anfield earlier this year at the expense of Adrien Rabiot.
It is also expected that defender Thomas Meunier, who scored in that game, will be lost, with Thilo Kehrer preferred.
Liverpool: Alison, Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, Van Dijk, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Wijnaldum, Mane, Salah, Firmino.
PSG: Buffon, Kehrer, Kimpembe, T. Silva, Bernat, Marquinhos, Verratti, Di Maria, Mbappe, Neymar, Cavani.
Pep Guardiola explains why Phil Foden did not start
Pep Guardiola has revealed why he left Phil Foden out of his starting lineup against Lyon, saying he wanted to play with all the forwards he had.
Manchester City reserved their place in the knockout phase of the Champions League with a 2-2 draw in France.
Despite not having the injured Kevin de Bruyne, Bernardo Silva and Ilkay Gundogan, Guardiola still named Foden, 18, on the bench.
But in explaining his decision, he said he wanted to overwhelm Lyon with his attack.
Raheem Sterling started in the midfield, with Sergio Agüero, Leroy Sane and Riyad Mahrez all named in front.
"I decided on another player," Guardiola said, when about Foden and his pre-match comments that the teenager was ready to begin. "Everyone here is ready, but I imagine playing this game would be difficult."
"Every game I make mistakes, I came here to show that we wanted to win and I put all the forwards we have."
Maxwel Cornet put Lyon twice ahead in the second half, but the goals from Aymeric Laporte and Agüero ensured that the City advanced to the last 16 for the sixth consecutive year.
Guardiola added: "Being here is a great success. People say that it is not enough, but we have achieved an incredible, incredible achievement for us.
"Now is the time to enjoy it and I hope we can arrive in February in the best conditions."
Why did José break those water bottles?
Jose Mourinho says he broke a set of side water bottles of relief after seeing his side secure a late victory over the Young Boys.
Marouane Fellaini hit in stoppage time to secure a victory that saved United's place in the last 16 Champions League matches after a frustrating night against the Swiss champions.
United discarded a series of opportunities with David de Gea, once again rescuing his team with an impressive save before the Belgian finished in the first minute of injury time that caused the celebrations of Mourinho.
Explaining what triggered the water bottle incident, the United chief said: "Relief. Frustration with that and relief with the goal. I think we did not play for that, we did not play for 0-0.
"We did not play to be in trouble until the last minute, so the frustration, I was not unhappy with the players, not at all."
The victory ensures that United will travel to Valencia for their final group game with their place in the qualifying rounds of the competition already secured.
Well, that's all for tonight's drama: we'll be back tomorrow for more action in the Champions League, with Liverpool, Tottenham and Barcelona in action.
The head of Man Utd has told BT Sport: "It's a very difficult group and qualifying with a game to spare is good." The performance had many good things and many disappointing things as well.
"We lost too many opportunities, crucial at crucial moments, this is the kind of game that if you win in the first minute you will usually get a different performance, you could pay with a draw and also with a loss, only David de Gea had a save but it seems a saved phenomenal, a save that the best goalkeeper in the world makes and gives his team the chance to win the game.
"The most important thing is to qualify and for some of my lovers, and for those who like statistics, I have 14 seasons in the Champions League and 14 times my teams were classified in the group stages." The season was not in the Champions League League, I won the Europa League. "
I said that José Mourinho took over a box of drinks after that goal. I was wrong. It was two o'clock.
The textbook kicks one envelope, launches a second technique. Glorious.
Manchester City defender Kyle Walker has been talking to BT Sport.
"There are still things that we have to work on, it's completely different from the Premier League, there are still things that we have to go through, but we're done and we hope we can get a good draw."
"They gave us a good game in Etihad, so we knew it would be a difficult game, they have good players in good areas and fast players, but we got a good draw."
Manchester City 2-2 Lyon
That last Shakthar winner means that Lyon are still not sure of their place in the last 16.
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Results of the Champions League and matches
Monaco 1-2 Athletic | Club Brugge 0-1 Dortmund
Atlético 3-1 Club Brujas | Dortmund 3-0 Monaco
Club Brugge 1-1 Monaco | Dortmund 4-0 Atlético
Monaco 0-4 Club Brujas | Atlético 2-0 Dortmund
Atlético vs Monaco | Dortmund vs Club Brugge
Club Brugge vs Atlético | Monaco vs Dortmund
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Barcelona 4-0 PSV | Inter Milan 2-1 Tottenham
Tottenham 2-4 Barcelona | PSV 1-2 Inter
PSV 2-2 Tottenham | Barcelona 2-0 Inter
Tottenham 2-1 PSV | Inter 1-1 Barcelona
PSV vs Barcelona | Tottenham vs Inter
Barcelona vs Tottenham | Inter vs PSV
Liverpool 3-2 PSG | Red Star 0-0 Napoli
PSG 6-1 Red Star | Napoli 1-0 Liverpool
PSG 2-2 Napoli | Liverpool 4-0 Red Star
Liverpool Red Star 2-0 | Napoi 1-1 PSG
PSG vs Liverpool | Napoli vs Red Star
Liverpool vs Napoli | Red Star vs PSG
Galatasaray 3-0 Lokomotiv | Schalke 1-1 Porto
Lokomotiv 0-1 Schalke | Porto 1-0 Galatasaray
Lokomotiv 1-3 Porto | Galatasaray 0-0 Schalke
Porto 4-1 Lokomotiv | Schalke 2-0 Galatasaray
Lokomotiv vs Galatasaray | Porto vs Schalke
Galatasaray vs Porto | Schalke vs Lokomotiv
Ajax 3-0 AEK | Benfica 0-2 Bayern
Bayern 1-1 Ajax | AEK 2-3 Benfica
AEK 0-2 Bayern | Ajax 1-0 Benfica
Bayern 2-0 AEK | Benfica 1-1 Ajax
AEK 0-2 Ajax | Bayern 5-1 Benfica
Ajax vs Bayern | Benfica vs AEK
Shakhtar 2-2 Hoffenheim | Man City 1-2 Lyon
Hoffenheim 1-2 Man City | Lyon 2-2 Shakhtar
Hoffenheim 3-3 Lyon | Shakhtar 0-2 Man City
Lyon 2-2 Hoffenheim | Man City 6-0 Shakhtar
Hoffenheim 2-3 Shakhtar | Lyon 2-2 Man City
Shakhtar vs Lyon | Man City vs Hoffenheim
Plzen 2-2 CSKA | Real 3-0 Roma
CSKA 1-0 Real Madrid | Rome 5-0 Plzen
Roma 3-0 CSKA | Real 2-1 Plzen
CSKA 1-2 Rome | Plzen 0-5 Real
CSKA 1-2 Plzen | Roma 0-2 Real
Real vs CSKA | Plzen vs Roma
Young Boys 0-3 Man United | Valencia 0-2 Juventus
Juventus 3-0 Young Boys | Man United 0-0 Valencia
Twinks 1-1 Valencia | Man United 0-1 Juventus
Valencia 3-1 Young Boys | Juventus 1-2 Man United
Man United 1-0 Young Boys | Juventus 1-0 Valencia
Young Boys vs Juventus | Valencia vs Man United