The giants of European football will go head to head once more this week as the Champions League returns for the final two group stage games.
Since the Champions League was last on our screens, BT Sport have announced a huge new £900 million deal to screen Europe's leading club competition in the UK that sent shockwaves through the game.
Aside from the obvious questions, one of the more unexpected stories to emerge from the BT Sport deal was suggestions that it could prompt the formation of a European Super League.
But how would the table look if the cream of Europe's crop actually did go head to head? Luckily we have reason to speculate no longer; BT Sport have put together a Europe-wide table based on performances so far this term.
Want to see who is top, whose pushing for a top four finish and who's in danger of the drop? Then click through....