Our fifth UEFA Champions League quest kicks off against the Italian champions on Tuesday night.
Here's everything you need to know about the game...
Need to Know
Match: City v Juventus
Competition: Champions League Group D
Date and Time: Tuesday 15 September, 7:45pm (BST)
Referee: Damir Skomina (Slovenia)
Last Time: Juventus 1-1 City (UEFA Cup), 16 Dec 2010
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Head to Head Record: W1, D2, L2
TV and Radio: BT Sport, BBC Radio Five Live
Ticket information: Available here
Pellegrini: “We are not thinking where we are going to get to in this year's Champions Leauge we are just thinking about tomorrow. We want to qualify to the last 16 and after that you must see the draw, the most important thing is tomorrow."
Vincent Kompany “It's important to make a statement. Everything has been so bright for us so far. We have to show our qualities. We have a good team, we should always believe in ourselves and that should be the basis for our Champions League approach."
Massimiliano Allegri: "Our first game is at City and we will try to get points out of that, but it is going to be tough. City are contenders to top this group – and win the Champions League too. No disrespect to Monchenglabach, but I think City, Sevilla and ourselves have the best chance of going through."
Paulo Dybala: "If we play a great match in Manchester, we could forget what’s happened so far in the league. I don’t know yet if I’ll play, the Coach will decide. In any case I’ll try to give everything, score goals and help my teammates."
Out for City: Pablo Zabaleta, Gael Clichy, Fabian Delph, Sergio Aguero
Doubts for City: Samir Nasri, Fernandinho
Out for Juventus: Claudio Marchisio, Sami Khedira, Kwadwo Asamoah
Doubt for Juventus: None
City begin their Champions League campaign against last season’s finalist Juventus on Tue 15th Sept at 7.45pm. For a first glimpse of new signings Kevin De Bruyne and Nicolas Otamendi, make sure you’re there to support the team for what promises to be an exciting night of European football. Buy your tickets now or enjoy the game in the new 93:20 bar from £67 + VAT.
Show your support for City U19s who also face Juventus, on the same day as the first team, in the UEFA Youth League. Kick-off is 5pm at the Academy Stadium. Tickets available now; Cityzens can redeem a free match ticket for this fixture now and non-Cityzens can purchase tickets.