Group A:

Full time: Juventus 0-0 Atletico Madrid - Full time: Olympiakos 4-2 Malmo FF

Group B:

Full time: Liverpool 1-1 FC Basel - Full time: Real Madrid 4-0 Ludogorets Razgrad

Group C:

Full time: Benfica 0-0 Bayer Leverkusen - Full time: Monaco 2-0 Zenit St Petersburg

Group D

Full time: Borussia Dortmund 1-1 Anderlecht - Full time: Galatasaray 1-4 Arsenal

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21:45: Full time across Europe and Liverpool fall short in their attempts to beat Basell. Jordan Henderson and Martin Skrtel went close late on but it was enough and Brendan Rodgers' men go into the Europa League. Manager Brendan Rodgers has plenty of questions to answer.

Meanwhile, Arsenal enjoyed the perfect evening after beating Galatasaray 4-1 courtesy of a double from Lukas Podolski and Aaron Ramsey, but they will finish second in the group behind Borussi Dortmund.

Well that is all we have time for on this Champions League live text. We're back tomorrow for the fall out plus we find out how Manchester City do in their attempt to reach the knock-out stage, while Chelsea face Sporting Lisbon. Until then, goodbye

Red card: Adu (Malmo)

Goal: Galatasaray 1-4 Arsenal (Lukas Podolski)

Goal: Olympiakos 4-2 Malmo FF (Ibrahim Afellay)

Goal: Monaco 2-0 Zenit (Fabinho)

Red card: Omer Toprak (Bayer Leverkusen)

Goal: Galatasaray 1-3 Arsenal (Wesley Sneijder)

Goal: Real Madrid 4-0 Ludogorets Razgrad (Alvaro Medran)

Goal: Olympiakos 3-2 Malmo FF (Konstantinos Mitroglou)

21:29: Jordan Henderson throws himself at a cross and almost benefits from the ball going in via a Basel body. Two minutes left and Liverpool are throwing everything at them.

Goal: Borussia Dortmund 1-1 Anderlecht (Aleksandar Mitrovic)

21:26: Mignolet keeps Liverpool alive with a full length save to deny Zuffi. Basel trying to run down the clock.

Goal: Olympiakos 2-2 Malmo FF (Markus Rosenberg)

21:23: The blue touch paper lit at Anfield. Steven Gerrard with an inch-perfect free-kick keeps Liverpool's hopes alive but they need another in the last seven and a half minutes.

Goal: Liverpool 1-1 FC Basel (Steven Gerrard)

Goal: Real Madrid 3-0 Ludogorets Razgrad (Alvaro Arbeloa)

21:21: Just ten minutes left for Liverpool to find the two goals required to stay in the Champions League. The Europa League beckons unless some Olympiakos-like drama unfolds.

21:13: Liverpool want a penalty and the Kop end are up in arms as the appeal is turned away. Gerrard is fed through by Sterling but Vaclik gets there first to tip the ball away from danger. A rare opening for the home side since the red card.

Goal: Monaco 1-0 Zenit (Aymen Abdennour)

Goal: Olympiakos 2-1 Malmo FF (Alejandro Dominguez)

21:06: Liverpool's last 16 hopes all but extinguished but a dubious refereeing decision which sees them reduced to 10-men. Markovic comes over the half-way line and in an effort to hold off Behrang Safari he throws an arm out which catches the Basel player and the referee shows him a red card. Perhaps controversial but no doubt the Serbian meant to make contact.

Goal: Olympiakos 1-1 Malmo FF (Simon Kroon)

Goal: Borussia Dortmund 1-0 Anderlecht (Ciro Immobile)

Red card: Lazar Markovic (Liverpool)

21:00: Liverpool's Champions League life flashes across their eyes once more as Granit Xhaka runs fully 30 yards before his shot evades Mignolet but bounces wide. Half an hour to save their top tier European future.

20:57: Brendan Rodgers' half time changes are certainly rather curious, given that Markovic and Moreno will provide thrust down each flank in the effort to cross the ball for sole target man Raheem Sterling. The Reds have to their credit started the second half well.

20:50: Ainsley Maitland-Niles & Gedion Zelalem on for Arsenal in Istanbul. The former making his debut for the club. Worth noting that at Anfield, sole striker Rickie Lambert was among the players to go off. No forwards for Liverpool as they chase two goals.

20:45: Lazar Markovic and Alberto Moreno on for Liverpool at half time as the second halfs across the continent. Two goals, at least, needed in this second 45 minutes. Philippe Coutinho and Adam Lallana remain on the bench.

20:35: Half time in all the games across Europe. Liverpool are heading out of the Champions League thanks to an insipid first half display and a Fabian Frei first half goal at Anfield. Arsenal are enjoying contrasting fortunes in Istanbul where they lead 3-0 and are closing in on the six required to qualify for the knock-out stage as group winners.

20:29: Rain is hurling it down at Anfield where Liverpool can't gain a foothold. Is there Champions League campaign going under tonight? They almost go two down but Gashi's tidy finish is ruled out for offside, correctly, as the replays show.

20:28: Arsenal have cut through Galatasarsy all through this first half and they almost get a fourth as Joel Campbell goes through but with the ball slightly behind him, Sinan Bolat is able to make the save.

Goal: Real Madrid 2-0 Ludogorets Razgrad (Gareth Bale)

20:25: Living dangerously doesn't cover it for Liverpool as this first half comes to a close. A cross from the left is cleared only as far as Frei who hits one back in and a combination of Skrtel and Johnson save the hosts from going two down.

20:19: Liverpool haven't really reacted from going a goal down and they almost fall two down. A cross driven towards the back post finds Streller who can't wrap his left foot around the ball and only shoots wide. Big let off though.

20:17: Even after 30 minutes I'll call this one as goal of the night. A Joel Campbell corner is cleared at the near post as far as Ramsey who lashes one in from fully 30 yards and it flies into the top corner. Six goals did I hear you say? They're halfway there.

Goal: Galatasaray 0-3 Arsenal (Aaron Ramsey)

20:14: Meanwhile, the chances are flowing for Arsenal tonight and they could really cash in. Lukas Podolski is denied again after Joel Campbell saw his effort deflected over. A draw for Dortmund tonight would mean need a six-goal win. Just a thought.

20:12: Basel have won in their last four meetings with English clubs and they#re heading for a fifth as they strike a blow to Liverpool mid-way through the first half. The Reds lose the ball in their own half and Frei takes aim and thrashes the ball into the corner.

Goal: Liverpool 0-1 FC Basel (Fabian Frei)

Goal: Olympiakos 1-0 FF Malmo (David Fuster)

20:07: Lukas Podolski has complained all season about his lack of opportunities and you can understand why given his performance tonight as he cracks against the crossbar after collecting the ball in the area.

Goal: Real Madrid 1-0 Ludogorets Razgrad (Cristiano Ronaldo)

Red card: Marcelinho (Ludogorets Razgrad)

20:01: Shkelzen Gashi creates the first real chance at Anfield by shooting wide from 20 yards. Liverpool dominating possession but not really able to cut through Basel yet, who are keeping players back but are breaking like whippets.

19:58: It might be close to a dead rubber but this is impressive from Arsenal as they double their lead in Istanbul. Podolski wins the ball back and after Oxlade-Chamberlain commits two players he feeds Ramsey who takes the ball onto left foot and he beats Sinan Bolat with a tidy finish.

Goal: Galatasaray 0-2 Arsenal (Aaron Ramsey)

19:56: Galatasaray should be level in Turkey. A shot from range is deflected through to Hakan Balta who skews wide from six yards.

19:52: Basel out of the blocks at Anfield but Liverpool have had the notable efforts on target with Steven Gerrard first having a tame shot saved before Jordan Henderson skys a volley over the bar. Bit nervy from the hosts.

19:50: Arsenal have not given up trying to finish top of Group D and they've started in the perfect fashion. Aaron Ramsey plays the ball wide to Luka Podolski and the German takes aim and drills the ball past Sinan Bolat at the near post. Fantastic finish but some suspect goalkeeping it must be said.

Goal: Galatasaray 0-1 Arsenal (Lukas Podolski)

19:44: We're under way across the continent. A night to strap yourselves in, I feel.

19:42: Right teams are in the tunnel across Europe. Our focus will be on the games at Liverpool and Galatasaray but we'll have all the goals as they go in and updates on the permutations as the evening goes on. Could be one hell of an evening.

19:35: So the final night in Groups A-D in the Champions League and there are still some qualification places up for grabs believe it or not. Here is a rundown of the those crucial permutations which you will no doubt be referencing all night.

Group A: Atletico Madrid are already through and will qualify as group winners with at worst, a one-goal defeat to Juventus. The Serie A champions need a point to qualify but a defeat could let in Olympiakos. The Greeks will qualify with a win and a defeat for Juventus but Malmo will play in the Europa League if they prevail tonight.

Group B: Real Madrid have already qualified as group winners and a point for FC Basel at Liverpool will see the Swiss side join them. Victory for the Reds will see them qualify however. Ludogorets will reach the Europa League if they beat Real Madrid but a draw will do if Basel beat Liverpool.

Group C: Already qualified Bayer Leverkusen will mark reaching the last 16 by finishing as group winners if they beat Benfica. Monaco only need a point against Zenit to join them but victory a the German's failure to beat Benfica will see them snatch top spot. Zenit could leapfrog both sides if they win, which will assure qualification, and then if Leverkusen lose.

Group D: Borussia Dortmund will likely cement top spot with a point against Anderlecht but anything less will allow Arsenal to grab top spot with a win at Galatasaray, Anderlecht are already assured of the Europa League spot.

19:19: Quick look at both line-ups, starting with Liverpool who make four changes. Steven Gerrard, Joe Allen, Jose Enrique and Martin Skrtel all return to the fold, with Rickie Lambert entrusted with leading the line in the absence of Mario Balotelli.

For Arsenal, manager Arsene Wenger confirmed his side during his last night's pre-match press conference with a host of changes from the Premier League loss at Stoke City. Mathieu Debuchy returns from three months out while Lukas Podolski and Joel Campbell start in attack

19:11: Team news:

Liverpool v FC Basel

Liverpool: Mignolet, Johnson, Enrique, Lovren, Skrtel, Lucas, Allen, Henderson, Gerrard, Sterling, Lambert

FC Basel: Vaclik; Xhaka, Schär, Suchy, Safari; Elneny, Frei, Zuffi; González, Streller, Gashi.

Galatasaray v Arsenal

Galatasaray: Sinan Bolat, Tarik Camdal, Semih, Hakan, Telles, Melo, Emre Colak, Bruma, Sneijder, Umut Bulut, Burak Yilmaz.

Arsenal: Szczesny, Debuchy, Mertesacker, Chambers, Bellerin, Flamini, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Ramsey, Campbell, Podolski, Sanogo

19:00: When we look back on Brendan Rodgers' career as Liverpool manager, how pivotal will outcome of tonight's visit of FC Basel turn out to be? Victory, and passage into the knock-out phase will breathe new life into Rodgers' tenure at Anfield. A draw or lose, and relegation into either the Europa League or out of Europe altogether will be accompanied by fresh uncertainty over the Northern Irishman's future. It promises to be another nerve-racking night. Elsewhere, an experimental Arsenal side travel to Galatasaray with still a glimmer of hope of finishing top of Group D. The pressure might not be on Arsene Wenger tonight but a decent performance from his second-string might convince some skeptics over the strength of his squad.