How to watch Real Madrid vs Man City – TV channel, kick-off time, live stream and lineups
Manchester City travel to Madrid to try and finish off the tie they currently lead 4-3 on aggregate.
Guardiola’s men dominated the first leg but were given several reminders of Real Madrid’s quality on the night, with forward Karim Benzema in rare form.
While a draw would be enough to see the Citizens qualify for their second Champions League final in as many seasons, a victory for City would make them only the third side in history to beat Real Madrid in four successive matches. Ajax were the first to do so, with their victories spanning several decades between 1973 and 1995. Bayern Munich also did so in a shorter timeframe between 2000 and 2002.
How to watch Real Madrid vs Man City on UK TV
Coverage of Manchester City’s semi-final second leg against Real Madrid will be shown live on BT Sport 2. Build-up to the game starts from 7pm with kick-off at 8pm.
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Where to live stream Real Madrid vs Man City online
BT Sport subscribers have the choice of live streaming coverage of the game using the BT Sport app. The app is available to download on mobile and tablet, as well as various streaming devices, games consoles and even select Smart TVs.
To access BT Sport 2 on your desktop computer or laptop, go to bt.com/sport/watch/bt-sport-2
What is the early Real Madrid vs Man City team news?
David Alaba, who was risked for the first leg and subsequently taken off, will miss the match according to manager Carlo Ancelotti. The Austrian missed the weekend’s Championship-clinching victory over Espanyol.
Kroos, Benzema, Mendy and Vinicius were all rested ahead with tonight’s game in mind.
For City, Joao Cancelo returns after missing the first leg due to suspension in a welcome return Portuguese full-back. The injured John Stones will not travel to Spain, while Kyle Walker has trained and does make the trip, with Pep Guardiola hoping that he will be in contention to start following his recent injury absence.