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Match facts

Manchester City

  • City are on the brink of history by reaching the Champions League Final for the first time in their history with a bruised PSG standing in their way on Tuesday.
  • Guardiola once again has everyone fit and motivated for this pivotal encounter, and there should be an immediate recall for John Stones, who is still serving a domestic suspension.
  • A complete overhaul of the forward line should see Kevin De Bruyne continue as a false nine while Phil Foden and Riyad Mahrez provide support from out wide, with Torres, Gabriel Jesus and Raheem Sterling all dropping out.

Paris Saint-Germain

  • Mbappe's name was nowhere to be seen on the teamsheet for their meeting with Lens, but Pochettino is optimistic that the Frenchman will recover from a minor calf issue in time to lead the line.
  • There will be no Idrissa Gueye after his red card in the first leg, so Ander Herrera could deputise in the engine room alongside Paredes, especially considering that Danilo Pereira played the full 90 on Saturday.
  • Colin Dagba suffered a suspected ankle injury against Lens but was always expected to make way for Alessandro Florenzi, while Abdou Diallo is fit again but could find himself on the bench if Mitchel Bakker earns another start in Europe.

Predictions

City may be tempted to sit back and hold on to what they have against PSG, and even a 1-0 defeat would not be enough to stop Guardiola's men from advancing to the final, but the hosting manager will not accept such a showing.

The expected return of Mbappe will be a huge boost to PSG's goalscoring exploits, but a well-rested attacking contingent on City's end is difficult for any defence in the game to contain, so we expect a tight affair to end in a draw as City book their plane tickets to Istanbul.

Final Score – 1 : 1

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