Manchester City will look to reserve their place in the Champions League semi-finals when they face Borussia Dortmund tonight.
City led the German giants 2-1 in their quarter-final first leg last week.
Marco Reus called off Kevin De Bruyne’s opener at the Etihad, but Phil Foden’s final strike gave City a slight advantage ahead of tonight’s draw.
Paris Saint-Germain will await the winner of tonight’s semi-final of the European elite competition.
City face two crucial days with tonight’s game, followed by their FA Cup semi-final clash with Chelsea on Saturday.
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Dortmund v Man City: team news
Sergio Aguero will miss City’s quarter-final second leg against Dortmund.
The club’s record scorer is still sidelined with the minor muscle problem that kept him out of Saturday’s Premier League clash against Leeds.
City otherwise have a fully fit squad with defender Aymeric Laporte again available after overcoming a blow.
Dortmund star Jadon Sancho has been kicked out of his former club.
The England winger is back in training after a six-week absence with a thigh injury, but tonight’s clash at Signal Iduna Park comes too soon.
Dortmund also have their doubts over experienced couple Marco Reus and Mats Hummels.
Dortmund v Man City: What was said?
Pep Guardiola has urged his Manchester City players to seize the moment and secure their place in the Champions League semi-finals.
The town boss said: “Now is the time to take another step. Everyone wants it. The players want to start over because they were sad not to be able to go to the semi-final and this is the opportunity to prove themselves.
“But no one will give it to us. We have to win it, we have to do it. Just to be in this position, no one will say, “Go to the semi-finals”. If we’re good, we’ll do it.
City, who are bidding for an unprecedented quadruple this season, are clearly favorites to progress but Guardiola is well aware of the nerves and pressures that can come into play at this stage of the competition.
He said: “Of course you have to control your emotions but sometimes you need emotions in a good way to win this type of game.
“I didn’t say anything special, we’re not going to do anything special. We go there just to win the game, analyze and everyone is trying to be a leader on the pitch.
“When the guy feels comfortable during the game to take responsibility, be more involved; for guys who are more nervous or calm, okay, do your job, just play, be calm, and then the rest will come. After maybe five minutes you will be ready to perform again. “