Our one-stop shop of must know information ahead of Manchester City v Monaco in the Champions League Last 16.
When and where
Man City welcome the Ligue 1 outfit to the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday 21 February, for a 7.45pm kick off. Tickets are on sale now at mancity.com/tickets.
Fans in the UK who can't make it to the game can watch the action unfold live on BT Sport 2.
Check out our Man City v Monaco TV listings to find out how supporters around the world can tune in.
You can also follow the game here on our website or our Matchday App.
Gabriel Jesus (metatarsal), Ilkay Gundogan (knee) and Vincent Kompany (leg) will miss out for the Blues, while Gael Clichy is also a doubt.
For the away side, attacking midfielder Gabriel Boschilia (knee) will be unavailable, while Djibril Sidibé is a doubt.
City v Monaco stats and facts
- This is the first time the two clubs have met in a competitive fixture.
- Three wins, two draw and just one defeat saw the Red and Whites top Group E to reach the Last 16.
- City have never lost to French opposition in Europe - winning once and drawing twice against PSG.
- Monaco have won all three of their previous Champions League knockout ties against English clubs.
- The Blues are unbeaten in eight Champions League home games.
- Monaco currently top Ligue 1 and have scored 75 goals in the process.
- Radamel Falcao is their top scorer with 16 league goals and he’s scored two in the Champions League.
- Three of Sergio Aguero’s 18 goals this season have come in Europe.
Pep Guardiola praised Monaco's attacking prowess at his pre-match press conference on Monday. The City boss also confirmed Vincent Kompany will miss the game through injury, as could Gael Clichy.
The midfielder believes last year's semi-final appearance was a big step for the Blues and that they must use this is a catalyst for the future.
Watch as the boss told journalists the whole of Europe will watching to see how his side perform against the Ligue 1 outfit.
The Red and Whites' defender says it will be difficult to stop the home side, but that Monaco arrive at the Etihad Stadium looking for a first leg victory.
Rony Lopes - now on loan at Lille from Monaco - has City as favourites for this game, but expects both teams to be strong at their respective stadiums.
Defender says containing the Colombian forward will crucial if the Blues are to emerge victorious.