Women’s Champions League: Who has qualified for quarter-finals?

Barcelona celebrate
Defending champions Barcelona are through to last eight with five wins from five

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?

Group A

Group A table

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.

Group B

Group B table

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.

Group C

Group C table

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.

Group D

Group D table

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.