Man City vs RB Leipzig: Guardiola’s side look to get past Germans to reach Champions League quarter-finals – stream, TV

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MANCHESTER CITY host German side RB Leipzig in the second leg of their Champions League Round of 16 tie.

The English Champions will be hoping to win their first Champions League crown this season after coming close in previous years.

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola reacts after losing the UEFA Champions League final against Chelsea in 2021EPA

In the first leg, it ended all square, a header from Josko Gvardiol cancelled out Riyad Mahrez’s first-half strike.

Leaving the tie still firmly in the balance at the Etihad, as City look to put previous Champions League disappointment to the back of their minds.

Riyad Mahrez putting Man City ahead in the first legEPA

City are in good form after beating a stubborn Crystal Palace 1-0 on Saturday, keeping them just behind Arsenal, who are top of the Premier League table.

The same can be said for Leipzig, who have won two of their three games since the first leg, with a defeat against high-flying Dortmund sandwiched in between the two wins.

When is Man City vs RB Leipzig?

Man City vs RB Leipzig is on Tuesday, March 14.
Kick-off is at 8pm UK time.
The Etihad will play host.

What channel is Man City vs RB Leipzig on?

Man City vs RB Leipzig will be shown live on BT Sport 1.
Coverage gets underway from 7pm UK time.
Alternatively, you can keep up to date with all the action from the Ethihad by following SunSport’s live blog.

Can I stream Man City vs RB Leipzig FREE?

You can live stream Man City vs RB Leipzig free from the BT Sport app, providing you are a subscriber to BT Sport.
The BT Sport app is available to download for free on your mobile or tablet device.

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What is the latest team news?

Pep Guardiola will be hoping that his side came through the Crystal Palace game on the weekend unscathed.

Phil Foden played 60 minutes after he recovered from a foot problem.

Kevin de Bruyne only managed 15 minutes from the bench on Saturday, so he will be chomping at the bit to return to the City eleven.

For Leipzig they have had illness thought-out their squad over the past week, with Konrad Laimer, Andre Silva, Dominik Szoboszlai and Timo Werner all suffering.

Dani Olmo returned to first-team training last week and featured from the bench in the 3-0 win against Monchengladbach on the weekend.

Christopher Nkunku is likely to be out of action after suffering a minor thigh strain.

Goalkeeper Peter Gulacsi is still out long-term after he tore his ACL in October.

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Odds

Man City – 4/11
Draw – 19/5
RB Leipzig – 7/1

*Odds courtesy of Ladbrokes and are correct at the time of publication.

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