Which six sides can Man City play in the Champions League last-16 and when is the draw?

Manchester City progressed as one of the eight group winners.

Manchester City know which six sides they could potentially face in the Champions League round of 16.

The Blues wrapped up their group campaign with a 3-1 win over Sevilla on Wednesday, with Rico Lewis, Julian Alvarez and Riyad Mahrez netting the goals on the night. City picked up 14 points in Group G and progressed as one of eight group winners. Napoli, Porto, Bayern Munich, Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea, Real Madrid and Benfica also topped their groups and will be seeded for Monday’s draw in Nyom, where they’ll be paired with a side who finished second and are therefore unseeded.

However, City can’t face two of those clubs - Liverpool and Borussia Dortmund - as the latter were in their group while teams from the same nation also can’t play each other in the last-16. It leaves City with six possible opponents in the next round: Club Brugge, Inter Milan, Eintracht Frankfurt, AC Milan, RB Leipzig and Paris Saint-Germain.

Three of those sides - Brugge, Leipzig and PSG - played at the Etihad last season in the Champions League group stage. Facing the latter would mean a reunion for Pep Guardiola and Lionel Messi, as well as the likes of Neymar and Kylian Mbappe travelling to Manchester.

AC Milan, the Italian champions, would also represent a tough task and would mean a first meeting between the clubs since 1978. Meanwhile, city rivals Inter would be a slightly less daunting task as they are currently sixth in Serie A. Frankfurt, the reigning Europa League champions, are fifth in the Bundesliga and barely made it through a tough group against Spurs, Marseille and Sporting Lisbon.

The draw for the last-16 will take place on Monday 7 November at 11am and will be staged at Uefa’s headquarters. As a seeded side, City will play their first leg in the next round away from home, but will play at the Etihad in the return leg.