Manchester City will host Paris Saint-Germain in their successful Champions League semi-final return tonight.
City hold the advantage in the draw as they look to reach their very first Champions League final where either Chelsea or Real Madrid will await them.
Pep Guardiola’s men came from behind in Paris last week to win 2-1 in a superb display.
After Marquinhos’ opener, Kevin De Bruyne and Riyad Mahrez scored in the second half to put City on the verge of reaching the final.
The Manchester giants have had a superb run in recent weeks, winning the Carabao Cup and setting themselves a victory for Premier League glory.
But the Champions League trophy is the one they really want and they will look to finish their job at PSG tonight and reserve their place in Turkey on May 29.
Man City v PSG: How to listen
This match will start at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, May 4.
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Man City v PSG: Team news
Eric Garcia is the only one absent from Man City for the visit of PSG.
The Spaniard, who is out of contract at the end of the season and expected to join Barcelona, is sent off after suffering from a fever.
John Stones will return to consideration after being unavailable for Saturday’s victory at Crystal Palace due to a domestic suspension.
City rested a host of players for Saturday’s 2-0 victory at Crystal Palace, including Ilkay Gundogan, Kevin de Bruyne, Riyad Mahrez, Ruben Dias and Phil Foden.
Meanwhile, PSG are sweating on the fitness of star man Kylian Mbappe who missed Saturday’s win over Lens with a calf injury.
“We have to assess Kylian,” boss Mauricio Pochettino said.
“[On Monday] he’s going to start an individual training session and see if he can be with the team. There is still a day left and we will see and decide if it will be available.
Man City v PSG: What was said?
Man City boss Pep Guardiola: “In my experience, the semi-final second leg is always the most difficult game, more than the final. It’s not just in this club, in all the clubs I’ve been to.
“In these matches, you’re not going to play 90 minutes like we played the second half in Paris. I would love that, but it won’t happen.
“You have to understand that it will be a big battle, there are times to suffer.
“But I’m sure we’ll react well, do what we have to do and impose ourselves.
“We’re coming at a good time. I said to the guys: “Don’t think of much to win this game”. It’s like we’ve done several times this season. It’s the same message as the last six or seven months.
“We are approaching this game like any other game, (but one) that we start with a little advantage. We have to play to win the game.
“So go ahead and do what we’ve been doing this season, which means in the bad times just stay calm.
“Are we going to play the way we want to play?” This is what is going to be important. How fast we play is what will be important.
“After that, it’s up to the players, the desire to do something good for us, something in their lives that they will remember forever.
“They have to take a step forward and show they can win the game. They will do it. We are going to do it.