Trips to Germany, Italy and England are three of the six potential possibilities for Barça in the first Champions League knockout round
Gelsenkirchen? The Eternal City? The banks of the Mersey? Half of the Champions League groups drew to a close on Tuesday night, and things are starting to look a whole lot clearer ahead of next Monday’s last sixteen draw in Nyon, Switzerland.
Barça were already confirmed as winners of Group B before a ball was kicked in the 1-1 draw with Tottenham Hotspur, meaning we cannot meet any of the eight group winners. We will also be kept separate from fellow Liga side Atlético Madrid and cannot play Tottenham again.
That leaves six potential round of 16 opponents, three of which are already confirmed, while the others will be decided on Wednesday.
Schalke 04 Roma Liverpool
Qualified teams that Barça cannot play
Real Madrid Paris Saint-Germain Porto Borussia Dortmund Atlético Madrid Tottenham Hotspur
To be decided on Wednesday
Ajax or Bayern Munich (both qualified, position TBC) Manchester City, Lyon or Shakhtar Donetsk (Man City already qualified, position TBC) Manchester United or Juventus (both qualified, position TBC)
First legs to be played February 12, 13, 18 and 19. Second legs to be played March 5, 6, 12 and 13. As a group winner, Barça will play the second leg at Camp Nou.