Everything you need to know ahead of the second leg...

When and were

The game will be played on Tuesday April 10 at the Etihad Stadium. Kick-off is at 19:45.

UK fans can watch all the action live on BT Sport 2.

You can also follow every kick via our minute-by-minute Matchday Centre right here on mancity.com. 

Viewers across the globe can refer to our global TV guide for information on how you can see the game. 

READ: What TV channel is City v Liverpool on?

Team news

City

John Stones missed the Manchester derby due to discomfort in his adductor muscle but could feature on Tuesday, while it remains to be seen whether Benjamin Mendy (knee) is at a level that allows him to be available for selection.

Danilo, Kevin De Bruyne, Fernandinho, Gabriel Jesus, Ilkay Gundogan and Nicolas Otamendi are all one booking away from a Champions League suspension.

WATCH: Fernandinho: We will fight until the end

Liverpool

Alberto Moreno missed out on the Merseyside derby after picking up a thigh problem in the warm-up at Goodison Park on Saturday, while Andy Robertson also took a seat on the sidelines over the weekend due to a calf complaint.

Adam Lallana (hamstring), Joel Matip (thigh), Joe Gomez (ankle) and Emre Can (back) all look unlikely to feature in our Champions League meeting at the Etihad.

Jurgen Klopp stated that Mohamed Salah could be fit to feature on Tuesday night, but a decision will be made tomorrow.

Jordan Henderson is suspended, while Moreno is one yellow card away from a UEFA suspension.

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READ: Fernandinho | Time for senior stars to step up

Last time 

The two sides last met on Wednesday in the first leg, with Liverpool running out 3-0 winners

WATCH: Liverpool v City: UCL highlights

A word from the opposition

"When we lost here 5-0 at beginning of the season everyone saw the quality of city, it was clear," Klopp stated in his pre-match press conference. "And everyone knows about Pep – he's the best coach in the world.

"I knew before that they can concede goals and that they can lose, but its tough for all teams in the league.

"Tomorrow presents the chance to go to next round, but I don’t think even Barcelona think they are through – there is always a chance to strike back.

"City have the chance to strike back but so do we and we have the chance to win. Nothing is fixed."

Pep's press conference

WATCH: We can compete with Europe’s best, says Pep

Match officials

Referee: Antonio Mateu Lahoz (ESP)

Assistant referees: Pau Cebrián Devís (ESP), Roberto del Palomar (ESP)

Additional assistant referees: Carlos Del Cerro (ESP), Alejandro Hernandez (ESP)

Fourth official: Teodoro Sobrino (ESP)