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Manchester City Vs PSG Champions League Match Preview, Kick-off, Team News And More!

Manchester City Vs PSG is the Champions League semi-final 2nd leg match tonight in England, MySportDab reports.

Kylian Mbappe remains a major injury concern for PSG going into the match today.

Meanwhile, Manchester City are hopeful are completing the treble this season.

City have already won the Premier League title as we all know, and the Carabao Cup also.

PSG dominated in the first leg first half of the first leg but failed to take their chances and got punished by City in the second half.

Coach Pochettino has said that his team must take their chances tonight.

He said: “We must be prepared to suffer in some parts of the game and, we need to be clinical when we have our chances.

“It’s a big game, 90 minutes, and we need to score at least twice. We need two goals to reach the final. That’s the main objective.

“They have the advantage, 2-1, and we must take a risk. We need to be more brave, clever, believe and show our quality.”

Team News 

Manchester City Defender Eric Garcia is the only absentee for the second leg of their Champions League semi-final today.

Garcia is out of contract at the end of the season and expected to join Barcelona.

Centre-back John Stones was unavailable for Saturday’s win against Crystal Palace due to domestic suspension.

PSG Star Kylian Mbappe is a major doubt for the match at the Etihad Stadium. He missed the league win against Lens with a calf injury over the weekend.

The World Cup winner was seen limping on his arrival in Manchester with the full squad.

PSG Coach Mauricio Pochettino is not sure if Mbappe will play against Manchester City.

He said: “We must assess Kylian. He will start an individual training session and see if he can play.

“We will make the decision today.”

Idrissa Gueye is suspended after his red card in the first leg.

Manchester City Vs PSG Kick-off?

The Match will start tonight at 8pm Nigerian time.

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