We are now at the make or break stage for a host of clubs in this season’s Champions League group stages with just two games to go with a host of big names in danger of making the grade if they are not careful. However, one side in little danger is current Manchester City, who will aim to confirm their status with a quick progression. 1. Manchester City – A red card, a defender playing in goal and still the Citizens came away from Atalanta with a useful point. Is there any stopping Guardiola’s charges? We don’t think so. 2. Barcelona – The Catalan giants failed to score at home at for the first time in 46 games as Slavia Prague held them to a 0-0 but even so Barca are in pole position to qualify from arguably the toughest group. 3. Liverpool – Liverpool are copying last season’s victory blueprint and find themselves arguably one point away from qualification. 4. Real Madrid – Woes in the league have followed somewhat to the Champions League but despite this Los Blancos should have little trouble progressing with a single enough to get Zindane and co through. 5. Paris Saint-Germain – Thomas Tuchel’s men are sitting pretty at the top of group A with a 100% record and progression already in the bag. All the way? 6. Juventus – It is job almost done for Ronaldo and co. Now all they need to do is get one more win to ensure the Old Lady stays top of group D. 7. Bayern Munich – Bayern are making this Champions League lark look easy with four wins from four but they will not want to lose momentum as tougher tests lay ahead. 8. Atletico Madrid – A surprising defeat has slightly derailed Diego Simeone’s Atletico Madrid’s progress but a win next time out will still guarantee progression. 9. Tottenham – A poor start has been banished and two high scoring wins has brought back some of the feel-good factor back to North London. 10. Borussia Dortmund – Dortmund face a battle with Inter to qualify but hold the crucial high ground with a three-point cushion over third with two to play in group F.