The most prestigious club competition is set to return with interesting games during the mid-week, as Manchester City host Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, while Inter Milan and AC Milan will battle it out at the San Siro Stadium. This game is coming just a few days after the mid-week games, which saw Inter Milan beat Roma and AC Milan also thrashed Lazio to boost their hope of finishing the season in the top four.
Manchester City also grabbed a narrow win against Leeds United resting some of their key players who later came in the second half of the game. Real Madrid on the other hand lifted their third title this season after beating Osasuna to the Copa Del Rey trophy. Ahead of the game, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola will be keen on beating Real Madrid which will give him the upper hand to grab his first UEFA Champions League title in England.
Despite having won two consecutive premier league titles, he is also fighting to break Manchester United's treble record, with the Premier League title expected to land to the Blue side of Manchester, while they are also in the FA Cup final.
To win a treble won't be an easy job for the Cityzens especially when they are facing a team like Real Madrid in the Champions League. The Los Blancos is the king of Europe, but here is how Guardiola could lineup his team to beat Real Madrid tonight.
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