Manchester City's quest to retain their Champions League trophy enters the knockout stages as they travel to Danish champions FC Copenhagen for the first leg of their last-16 tie.
City have been imperious in the Champions League this term - topping their group with a maximum points total of 18 - and they will be confident they will have too much for an FC Copenhagen side who are currently third in the Danish Superliga table.
Copenhagen have enjoyed notable success in the Champions League this season, however, finishing above Galatasaray and Manchester United to progress from Group A, and will likely relish the opportunity to take holders City's scalp in the last-16.
The first leg of FC Copenhagen and Manchester City's Champions League last-16 tie is available to watch live on TNT Sports 1.
FC Copenhagen v Manchester City will kick off at 20:00 GMT at Parken Stadium on Tuesday 13th February 2024.
FC Copenhagen's top scorer in the Champions League this season is midfielder Lukas Lerager, with the Dane having hit the net three times during the group stages
Manchester City's top marksman in Europe's premier club competition is unsurprisingly Norwegian goal machine Erling Haaland, who scored five times in the group stages.
These two sides have met on four occasions, the most recent of which arrived in the group stages of last season's Champions League - with City prevailing 5-0 at the Etihad before being held 0-0 at the Parken Stadium.
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FC Copenhagen will be without their top scorer in the Champions League this season in the first leg of their last-16 tie at home to Man City, with Lukas Lerager having been sent off for two bookings in their last group stage match against Galatasaray.
Lerager joins the injured Davit Khocholava (knee) and Theo Sander (knee) on the sidelines for the visit of City, while Birger Meling is a doubt (muscle injury).
Man City boss Pep Guardiola has the luxury of a full squad at his disposal ahead of the trip to take on FC Copenhagen, although Portuguese defender Ruben Dias is walking a suspension tightrope with a booking on Tuesday enough to see him banned for the return leg.