Manchester City take on Celtic in the Champions League at the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday 6 December, kick-off 7:45pm.
When and where: Man City v Celtic
The game kicks off at 7:45pm (GMT) on Tuesday 6 December.
The match will be broadcast on BT Sport 3.
Injury and suspension news
Celtic: Kieran Tierney (cruciate ligament) and Scott Sinclair (thigh) will miss out for the Scots.
The last time
The away tie heralded one of the most entertaining games of the season, as the two sides played out a 3-3 draw at Celtic Park.
More stats and facts
- This is only the second time City and Celtic will have met competitively. City beat Celtic 2-1 in a friendly in August 2009
- Ilkay Gundogan has hit 10 attempts on target - the same as Lionel Messi
- Celtic cannot finish higher than fourth, and so cannot qualify for the Europa League
- September's 3-3 draw ended a ten-game winning streak for City
- Sergio Aguero has three goals and two assists from his five European games
Brendan Rogers: "We know that'll be a real huge test. We want to go out with a real good performance. We go into every game to win.
"Every challenge and every game for us has been different. It's our last game in the Champions League so we want to go out on a high."
Tom Rogic: "Our group has been very difficult. After not being in the competition for a couple of years, it's something that we're definitely learning from.
"We have to make sure we're back there next season playing at that level because that's where the club deserves to be."
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