Arsenal and Chelsea will both have to wait until the final round of fixtures to seal qualification to the last eight of the Women’s Champions League.
Last year’s runners-up Chelsea also missed a chance to book their place when they were held to a goalless draw by Juventus on Wednesday.
Here is the full rundown of how each group stands with one game remaining.
Who is through to the knockout stage?
Qualified for quarter-finals: Barcelona, Paris St-Germain, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Lyon
Out: HB Koge, Servette, Kharkiv, Breidablik, Hacken and Benfica
What does each side need to qualify?
Fixtures on Thursday, 16 December: Juventus v Servette and Wolfsburg v Chelsea (20:00 GMT)
Chelsea will guarantee a place in the last eight – and top spot – if they draw their final game against Wolfsburg.
If they lose and Juventus beat Servette, it will leave a three-way tie at the top of the group and it will come down to their head-to-head results.
Fixtures on Thursday, 16 December: Paris St-Germain v Breidablik and Real Madrid v WFC Kharkiv (17:45 GMT)
Paris St-Germain have won five games out of five and qualified as group winners.
Champions League debutants Real Madrid joined them in the quarter-finals by beating Icelandic side Breidablik on Wednesday.
Fixtures on Wednesday, 15 December: Hoffenheim v Arsenal and Barcelona v HB Koge (20:00 GMT)
Defending champions Barcelona progressed as group winners by thrashing second-placed Arsenal 4-0.
The Gunners need to avoid a heavy defeat in their final match away to Hoffenheim, who they beat 4-0 in the reverse fixture, to stay ahead of the German side.
Fixtures on Wednesday, 15 December: Bayern Munich v Benfica and Lyon v Hacken (17:45 GMT)
Seven-time winners Lyon sealed their place in the last eight with one game to spare by thrashing Benfica 5-0, and remain in pole position to finish top.
Bayern Munich also progressed to the quarter-finals on Thursday with a 5-1 win over bottom side Hacken.