Arsenal’s return to the Champions League has been a tumultuous journey, yet their adept navigation through Group B signals readiness to contend with Europe’s top teams once again.

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While more formidable challenges than PSV Eindhoven, Lens, and Sevilla lie ahead in the premier club competition, Mikel Arteta’s squad appears prepared for a deep run after securing group victory ahead of schedule. As they head into the Round of 16, let’s explore the potential adversaries they could encounter.

Teams Arsenal cannot face in the Champions League Round of 16:

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– Fellow Premier League clubs until the quarter-final stage

– Fellow Group B opponents

Group A:

– Bayern Munich (group winners)

– Potential opponents: FC Copenhagen, Galatasaray, or Manchester United (whom Arsenal cannot face)

Group C:

– Real Madrid (group winners)

– Likely runner-up: Napoli, pending their Matchday 6 result against Braga

Group D:

– Winner: The loser of Inter vs. Real Sociedad will be the runner-up, with both teams currently tied at the top of the group

Group E:

– Winner: Atletico Madrid (with a one-point lead over Lazio)

– Potential opponent: Lazio (depending on Matchday 6 results)

Group F:

– Teams in contention: Borussia Dortmund, Paris Saint-Germain, AC Milan

– Arsenal cannot face Newcastle in the Round of 16

Group G:

– Winner: Manchester City (secured)

– Runner-up: RB Leipzig

Group H:

– Likely winner: Barcelona

– Teams in contention for the runner-up spot: Porto, Shakhtar Donetsk

Potential Opponents for Arsenal in the Champions League Round of 16:

1. Atletico Madrid (Spain)

2. Borussia Dortmund (Germany)

3. Braga (Portugal)

4. FC Copenhagen (Denmark)

5. Galatasaray (Turkey)

6. Inter (Italy)

7. Lazio (Italy)

8. Milan (Italy)

9. Napoli (Italy)

10. Porto (Portugal)

11. Paris Saint-Germain (France)

12. RB Leipzig (Germany)

13. Real Sociedad (Spain)

14. Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukraine)