Last season's runners-up Chelsea were among first-leg winners with Hertha, Midtjylland, Montpellier and PAOK.
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The UEFA Youth League domestic champions path second round has begun, with first-leg winners including Chelsea, Hertha Berlin, Montpellier, Midtjylland and PAOK.
- 16 teams came through October's first round
- Second-round winners meet UEFA Champions League path group runners-up in play-offs
- Play-off winners join group winners in round of 16
Tuesday 6 November
Anderlecht 1-1 Dynamo Kyiv*
Second legs 28 November, except *27 November
- Chelsea won this competition in 2014/15 and 2015/16 but lost last season's final to Barcelona.
- Hamilton, in their first UEFA competition tie at any level, knocked out Basel on penalties; Montpellier, Hertha and Sigma are also UEFA Youth League debutants.
Wednesday 24 October
Sheriff Tiraspol 1-3 Gabala (agg: 2-4)
Montpellier 2-0 Žilina (agg: 7-1)
Maccabi Tel-Aviv 3-0 Anji (agg: 5-3)
Lech Poznań 2-3 Hertha Berlin (agg: 2-5)
Septemvri Sofia 1-5 Dynamo Kyiv (agg: 1-6)
Szombathelyi Haladás 3-3 Minsk (agg: 3-4)
Vllaznia 0-4 Astana (agg: 1-7)
Maribor 2-3 Sigma Olomouc (agg: 3-7)
PAOK 2-0 AEL Limassol (agg: 4-1)
Molde 0-4 Chelsea (agg: 1-14)
Elfsborg 1-0 KR (agg: 3-1)
HJK Helsinki 1-2 Altınordu (agg: 2-3)
Bohemians 1-2 Midtjylland (agg: 2-4)
Hamilton Academical 2-2 Basel (agg: 4-4, Hamilton win 3-2 on penalties)
Tuesday 2 October
Viitorul 0-1 Dinamo Zagreb
Wednesday 3 October
Anderlecht 0-0 FC Admira
Chelsea 10-1 Molde
Minsk 1-0 Szombathelyi Haladás
Gabala 1-1 Sheriff Tiraspol
Dynamo Kyiv 1-0 Septemvri Sofia
Basel 2-2 Hamilton Academical
Sigma Olomouc 4-1 Maribor
KR 1-2 Elfsborg
AEL Limassol 1-2 PAOK
Altınordu 1-1 HJK Helsinki
Anji 3-2 Maccabi Tel-Aviv
Midtjylland 2-1 Bohemians
Hertha Berlin 2-0 Lech Poznań
Žilina 1-5 Montpellier
Thursday 4 October
Astana 3-1 Vllaznia
Domestic Champions path guide
- This path involves the domestic youth champions of the 32 best-ranked associations in the 2017 UEFA association coefficient rankings (the same rankings used to decide access to the 2018/19 UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League).
- Vacancies in the domestic champions path (because a club is instead eligible for the UEFA Champions League path, for example Atlético and Inter) are filled by the domestic youth champion of the next best-ranked association (in the above cases, Moldova and Iceland).
- Two-time semi-finalists Anderlecht keep up their record of entering all six editions.
- Debuts: AEL Limassol, Anji, Bohemians, FC Admira, Hamilton Academical, Hertha Berlin, Illés Akadémia, Lech Poznań, KR, Montpellier, Septemvri Sofia, Sigma Olomouc, Žilina.
Road to Nyon
In the draw on 17 December, the eight Domestic Champions path survivors will be drawn at home to the eight UEFA Champions League path runners-up in one-off ties to be played on 19/20 February to decide the eight remaining round of 16 berths. The other eight places are taken by the UEFA Champions League path group winners.
Play-off draw: 17 December
Play-offs: 19/20 February
Knockout draw (round of 16 onwards): 22 February
Round of 16: 12/13 March
Quarter-finals: 2/3 April
Semi-final: 26 April, Nyon
Final: 29 April, Nyon