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3rd, Group E, three points
Home to Nordsjaelland, home to Chelsea, away to Shakhtar Donetsk
But my top side that I still think is a red-hot chance at progressing for the knockout stages of the UEFA Champions League is Italian champions Juventus, who sit just one point behind defending champions second-place Chelsea heading into the final few weeks.
The Italian giants start their final three matches with a home game to Nordsjaelland—surely providing them with a victory—whilst Chelsea must take on a red-hot Shakhtar Donetsk side that hasn't been beaten in the Champions League yet this season.
Chelsea will then travel to Turin to take on Juventus, and if the home side can snare all three points there, they might well have a large enough break over the defending champions that regardless of how they fare against Shakhtar in the final group match, they could make it through to the competition.
It would be the first time that the defending champions have been eliminated in the group stage of the tournament, but with Chelsea holding just a one-point lead and Juventus having two home fixtures to come, it could well turn out to be reality for both teams this year.
Who do you think is still a real chance at qualifying?
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