5 Top Teams That Are in Danger of Failing to Qualify From Their Champions League Groups

Following the first two rounds of competition in the Champions League this season, things are looking quite difficult for the best teams in Europe.

If certain clubs do not experience a significant turnaround in their fortunes over the course of the remaining four games, they run the risk of being eliminated from the competition before the round of 16 and could be relegated to the Europa League as a result.

Below in this article are some of the turnouts that are likely to occur, check them out below and share it;

top 5 teams which could fail to make it out of their group


Chelsea have begun the season indifferently and are set to finish a Champions League campaign with two different managers. 2021 winner Thomas Tuchel was sacked after the opening day defeat to Dinamo Zagreb.

His successor Graham Potter had to settle for a draw against RB Salzburg leaving Chelsea rooted at the bottom of the log. And even worse news for Potter is they now have a doubleheader against AC Milan in the subsequent game weeks. Milan have looked threatening with Chelsea’s target Rafael Leao.

2. Juventus

Massimiliano Allegri may insist he is not worried about his job but he should be. Juventus have now lost back-to-back games against Paris Saint-Germain and Benfica.

Return legs with the two sides are still on the cards but their sole hope will rely on beating Israeli Champions Maccabi Haifa and hope do them a solid against Benfica or vice versa.

3. Atletico Madrid

Even as their wars with continue over Antoinne Griezmann continue, Diego Simeone’s side need to conjure up something fast in Europe.

Their recent loss against Bayer Leverkusen put them in a difficult position of getting favourable results against group leaders Club Brugge whom they face next.

4. Inter Milan

Simone Inzaghi’s side picked up their first win of the season after Edin Dzeko inspired them to a 2-0 win over Viktoria Plzen.

They will be confident of getting a similar result in the return leg but the main worry will come up against Barcelona and Munich. The Nerazzurri will need something spectacular to overcome one of the European giants.

5. Tottenham Hotspur

Perhaps shouldn’t be included in this list but their recent smash-and-grab loss to Sporting Lisbon once again underlined that Europe is not Antonio Conte’s forte. They equally struggled against Marseille in the first game week but managed to curve out a result.

Up next they face a wounded Eintracht Frankfurt who are also looking for points to stay in the elite group longer, lest they get relegated to go back and defend their Europe League crown.

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