Chelsea's hopes of clinching top spot in their group are still alive after a 4-0 thrashing of Maccabi Tel-Aviv. Porto slipped to a surprise home defeat to Dynamo Kiev, meaning there will be a straight fight between the Blues and the Portuguese giants when they meet in their final group game in two weeks.
Arsenal 3-0 Dinamo Moscow
Maccabi Tel-Aviv 0-4 Chelsea
Barcelona 6-1 Roma
Bayern Munich 4-0 Olympiakos
Porto 0-2 Dynamo Kiev
Lyon 1-1 Gent
Chelsea almost have a fifth at the death but Rajkovic denies Costa twice. The Maccabi goalkeeper is alive again to bat away a loose ball hanging in the air but Loic Remy crashes into him as he clears. It's an ugly collision at pace and both men are feeling it. That will be the last action of the game.
Having come onto replace John Terry, Kurt Zouma does his best impression of the Blues skipper, rising above his marker in the six yard area despite having his shirt pulled to nod home his side's fourth from Willian's corner.
Goal! Maccabi Tel-Aviv 0-4 Chelsea (Kurt Zouma, 90+)
Arsenal are still in the Champions League thanks to a comfortable victory over Dinamo Zagreb and Bayern Munich handing a thrashing to Olympiakos at the Allianz Arena. A win by a two goal margin in Greece in two weeks time will see the Gunners qualify as group runners up.
FULL TIME: Arsenal 3-0 Dinamo Moscow
Oh what a goal that would have been. Sanchez advances, holds the ball up and dinks a delicate ball over the Dinamo defence for Ozil whose made an excellent run through the centre. He can't bring the ball down and instead opts to head it on with the back of his noggin, but knocks it the wrong side of the post.
Baba Rahman has curled in a couple of cracking crosses this evening that his teammates haven't got on the end of, but this one has got the finish it deserves. The full back's cross from the right is met by Oscar inside the six yard area, who plants the ball into the back of the net.
Goal! Maccabi Tel-Aviv 0-3 Chelsea (Oscar, 78)
Messi passes up the chance to seal his hat-trick from the penalty spot, handing the ball to Neymar. He misses, but Adriano is on the scene to convert the rebound.
Goal! Barcelona 6-0 Roma (Adriano)
Chelsea have doubled their lead and again they have the set-piece brilliance of Willian to thank. He's curled another beauty up and over the wall into the left hand corner of the net.
Goal! Maccabi Tel-Aviv 0-2 Chelsea (Willian, 76)
Goal! Bayern Munich 4-0 Olympiakos (Kinglsey Coman, 70)
Over in Israel, John Terry have been stretchered off for Chelsea after falling awkwardly on his hip. Kurt Zouma is on to replace him.
Cech's first save of the night comes after Koscielny hammers a clearance off Flamini from a couple of yards out, forcing the Gunners' goalkeeper to spring across to his near post and bat the deflection away.
Sanchez gets the third for Arsenal but all the credit to Joel Campbell. The Costa Rican cuts in from the right and plays a beautiful reverse ball into between the Dinamo centre halves for Sanchez to run onto. The Chile international may have been slightly offside but the flag stayed down, allowing him to shift the ball past Eduardo in goal and score his second of the night.
Goal! Arsenal 3-0 Dinamo Zagreb (Alexis Sanchez, 68)
Nick Howson at The Emirates Stadium
Ahead of another big weekend of boxing, the game at the Emirates is very much a no contest with Arsenal having struck the knock-out blow some time ago. Attention has already turned to Olympiakos in two weeks time where Wenger's side need a two-goal win to go through. Dynamo are just playing damage limitation right now.
Arsenal close again to a third. Monreal is booked after giving away a free kick on the edge of his box but Dinamo make a mess of it and Campbell springs forward at pace down the right. He drives up field before playing the ball into Sanchez who returns the ball for the Costa Rican who has continued his run into the box. Under pressure from a defender, Campbell manages to get a cross in but Antolic deflects it away.
Oh, it's five now for Barcelona. Those three combine again, with Messi converting a rebound after seeing his initial shot saved.
Goal! Barcelona 5-0 Roma (Lionel Messi, 60)
Dinamo have enjoyed a decent spell of possession in this half but Arsenal are in control and look dangerous every time they come forward. This time Giroud plays a neat one two with Alexis, receiving the ball back just inside the box but his shot on goal is deflected just wide.
Barcelona take the lead ahead of Bayern Munich in the race to register the biggest thrashing of the night. They lead 4-0 against Roma now, with Suarez, Neymar and Messi combining again before the latter lays on a simple tap in for Pique. Bayern Munich meanwhile are still only winning 3-0. Losers.
Goal! Barcelona 4-0 Roma (Gerard Pique, 56)