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Manchester City vs. Real Madrid: Champions League live stream, TV channel, how to watch online, odds

🔴LIVE📺📱👉Real Madrid vs Man City Live

🔴LIVE📺📱👉Real Madrid vs Man City Live

Manchester City welcome Real Madrid to the Etihad for the first leg of their Champions League semi-final on Tuesday evening (8pm). The two sides met at this stage of the competition in 2016 with Los Blancos advancing to the final after beating City 1-0 on aggregate.

However, the Sky Blues triumphed in their last-16 clash in 2020, running out 4-2 winners over two legs. Pep Guardiola’s side saw off Spanish opposition in the last round, overcoming Atletico Madrid after a fractious tie.

Meanwhile, Real reached the last four after edging past Chelsea 5-4 on aggregate earlier this month. Winning European football’s elite club competition remains the ultimate goal for Guardiola’s side, and they will take confidence from the fact they have lost only once in their previous 10 knockout Champions League games.

The UEFA Champions League semifinals start Tuesday with a massive clash in England as Manchester City host Real Madrid in the first of two legs. These two teams have plenty of recent history in the competition, meeting in the 2015/16 semifinals with Real winning, while City bounced Los Blancos in the round of 16 in the 2019-20 edition of the competition. They've met six times all time, with two wins for reach and two draws. This time around, City are the favorites to advance, but Carlo Ancelotti's team have taken care of PSG and Chelsea, feeling confident they can do the same here with Pep Guardiola's side.

City have never won the World's top club competition, but will be desperate to go a step further than last year, when they lost to Chelsea in the final. First they have to get there, though, which means beating formidable opponents in Real Madrid.

Madrid, of course, have won this trophy more times than any other club — 13 in all, going right back to the very first European Cup in 1956. And having beaten the holders in the quarter-finals they'll be confident of knocking out another English club here.

Both sides have a few selection headaches. Pep Guardiola will be without the suspended Joao Cancelo, so will be hoping Kyle Walker and John Stones are both fit to play. Up front, Gabriel Jesus made a strong case to start with four goals against Watford at the weekend.

Madrid will be missing Eden Hazard, Luka Jovic and Mariano Diaz, and David Alaba is also struggling to recover from injury.