All the information you need before Manchester City take on Monaco in the second leg of their Champions League Round of 16 tie.
When and where
The return leg at Monaco’s Stade Louis II takes place on Wednesday 15 March and kicks off at 7.45pm.
Tickets for this game are now sold out, but UK fans who are not heading out to the Principality can watch all the action unfold live on BT Sport 2.
You can also follow the game here on our website or our Matchday App.
Gabriel Jesus (metatarsal) and Ilkay Gundogan (knee) remain long term absentees for the Blues. We'll bring you more injury updates and team news ahead of this game as and when we get it.
Similarly, the Red and Whites will again be without attacking midfielder Gabriel Boschilia (knee), while defender Kamil Glik misses out through suspension after picking up a booking at the Etihad Stadium.
The two sides played out an eight goal thriller, with City emerging the victors in a 5-3 win which will go down as one of the Etihad's finest nights.
Monaco v Man City stats and facts
- Sergio Aguero netted City's 200th European goal when he scored his opening goal in the first leg.
- Raheem Sterling has five goals and fives assists in his last nine Champions League appearances.
- The 10 yellow cards at the Etihad was the most in the competition this season.
- Blues' keepers have kept out the last five penalties they have faced in the Champions League.
- Kylian Mbappe's first leg goal made him the second youngest French scorer in Champions League history behind Karim Benzema.
- Monaco's six yellow cards saw them tie Barcelona for the most number of bookings this season with 17.
- The first leg was the highest scoring first leg tie in the knockout stages of the Champions League.
- With 111 goals, Monaco have scored more times in all competitions then any team in Europe's top five leagues.