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Copenhagen vs Man City LIVE team news, score updates and predictions in UEFA Champions League

Manchester City can take a huge step towards the Champions League quarter-finals with a strong performance in their last-16 first leg this evening.

City breezed through their group to set up a last-16 meeting with Copenhagen, who progressed second in their group with Bayern Munich, Manchester United and Galatasaray. The Blues visited Parken in the group stage last season, drawing 0-0 after Sergio Gomez's 30th-minute red card - although City won 5-0 against the Danes at the Etihad.

Pep Guardiola says he feels a belief in the City squad and organisation that they are ready to defend their Champions League crown, but he also stressed how difficult tonight's game will be. He pointed to Copenhagen's win over United in the group stage at home, as well as the draw away at Bayern to make his point.

Guardiola will be without midfielder Mateo Kovacic and defender Josko Gvardiol, who have not travelled to Denmark for the game, although Kevin De Bruyne, Kyle Walker and Bernardo Silva could be recalled after dropping to the bench against Everton.

The match is available to watch on TNT Sports and Discovery+.

You can follow below for pre-match build-up, live match updates and post-match reaction from Parken.

Chief City writer Simon Bajkowski, in Copenhagen:

" There are 2,700 Blues with tickets for this match and it feels like even more have travelled out for an enjoyable if rainy few days in the Danish capital. Much is made of the atmosphere in this stadium and it is certainly being talked up by the hosts as one of their biggest weapons here.

"Expect to hear plenty of City songs too though as the away fans have certainly been making themselves heard over the last few days."

Chief City writer Simon Bajkowski, in Copenhagen: