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ROAD TO ISTANBUL: UCL 2020/21 SEASON DRAW RESULTS FOR THE GROUP STAGE

ROAD TO ISTANBUL: UCL 2020/21 SEASON DRAW RESULTS FOR THE GROUP STAGE

UEFA Champions League group stage draw was held in Geneva on October 1st, with pretty exciting results for all of us. If you are looking for a place to bet on these exciting fixtures get a Betfair account without limits and enjoy betting with the best betting exchange in the world!

The draw took place without club officials being present due to the ongoing coronavirus conditions. Group matches will begin on October 20 and end on December 9 with a double round-robin. The final of the tournament will be played on 29 May at the Atatürk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul. It was also announced that spectators could make a partial return to the Champions League matches if the local laws allow them to do so. Fans will be able to fill the 30% of the stadiums and this was already tested with the Super Cup last month where 15,000 fans attended to watch the match between Bayern and Sevilla in Budapest.

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE POTS AND GROUPS

Pot 1 Contenders: Bayern Munich (Germany), Real Madrid, Sevilla (Spain), Liverpool (England), Juventus (Italy), Paris Saint-Germain (France), Zenit (Russia), Porto (Portugal).

Pot 2 Contenders: Barcelona, ​​Atletico Madrid (Spain), Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea (England), Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukraine), Borussia Dortmund (Germany), Ajax (Netherlands).

Pot 3 Contenders: Dynamo Kyiv (Ukraine), Leipzig (Germany), Inter, Lazio, Atalanta (Italy), Olympiakos (Greece).

Pot 4 Contenders: Başakşehir, L.Moscow (Russia), Marseille (France), Cl.Brugge (Belgium), M'Gladbach (Germany), Midtjylland (Denmark), Rennes (France), Ferencvaros (Hungary)

The results came in from these pots are as it follows:

GROUP A: Bayern Munich, Atletico Madrid, Salzburg, Lokomotiv Moscow

GROUP B: Real Madrid, Shakhtar Donetsk, Inter, Mönchengladbach

GROUP C: Porto, Manchester City, Olympiacos, Marseille

GROUP D: Liverpool, Ajax, Atalanta, Midtjylland

GROUP E: Sevilla, Chelsea, Krasnodar, Rennes

GROUP F: Zenit, Borussia Dortmund, Lazio, Club Brugge

GROUP G: Juventus, Barcelona, ​​Dynamo Kyiv, Ferencváros

GROUP H: PSG, Manchester United, Leipzig, Başakşehir

FULL GROUP STAGE SCHEDULE

Matchday 1: October 20-21

Matchday 2: October 27-28

Matchday 3: November 3-4

Matchday 4: November 24-25

Matchday 5: December 1-2

Matchday 6: December 8-9

BESTS OF THE YEAR

The bests of the year in UEFA were also announced at the Champions League draw ceremony.

-Didier Drogba became the first African footballer to receive the UEFA Presidential Award.

-Manuel Neuer won the UEFA Goalkeeper of the Year Award.

-Joshua Kimmich was named defender of the year in the Champions League.

-Kevin de Bruyne was named midfielder of the year in the Champions League.

-Robert Lewandowski was named forward of the year in the Champions League and the UEFA men’s player of the year.

-The UEFA Coach of the Year Award went to Bayern Munich's coach Hansi Flick.

The results bring us lots of good battles to watch, starting with Barcelona and Juventus being in the same group: Group G. We will see Messi and Ronaldo going head to head again and it is something none of us should miss! Also, Group A and Group H are considered the hardest groups this year by the fans. We can already start calling them the “Group of Death”. For more updates on the very fiery battles, stay tuned to ACC-EX’s latest news section!