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Atletico Madrid vs Man City: TV channel, live stream, kick-off time, team news for HUGE Champions League clash


MANCHESTER CITY are hoping to finish off the job in Spain when they face Atletico Madrid in their Champions League quarter-final second leg ON WEDNESDAY.

Pep’s well-oiled blue machine managed to scrape a 1-0 victory out of a resolute Atletico at the Etihad last week.


Man City have a one goal lead to take to Spain courtesy of Kevin de Bruyne[/caption]

But City will be a little frustrated going into this encounter having failed to open up the gap on Liverpool at the top of the Premier League on Sunday.

As for Simeone’s side, they suffered an embarrassing defeat to 17th-placed Mallorca in their last La Liga outing.

However, Madrid will have the support of Wanda Metropolitano encouraging them to derail the Man City train which is in full steam ahead.

What time does Atletico vs Man City kick off?

  • Atletico Madrid face Manchester City on Wednesday, April 13.
  • It is scheduled to kick-off at 8pm UK time – 9pm locally.
  • The match will take place at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium in Madrid, Spain which holds around 68,000 spectators.
  • City hold the advantage leading 1-0 in the tie as things stand.

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What TV channel is it on and can I live stream it?

  • Atletico Madrid vs Manchester City is live on BT Sport 2 and BT Sport 2 HD.
  • The coverage commences from 7pm UK time – one hour before kick-off.
  • Subscription members can also stream the game live via the BT Sport website or app.

Team news

Diego Simeone will be relieved to welcome back attacker Yannick Carrasco to the fold having served his suspension for the first leg.

However, defender Jose Gimenez will remain in the treatment room alongside midfield maestro Hector Herrera.

Elsewhere, Ruben Dias is still battling with his hamstring problem and COULD be available for a early return but Pep has already stated that the Portuguese rock will not be rushed back.

Cole Palmer hasn’t recovered from his ankle injury just yet either so the talented youngster is set to miss out again.

But Kyle Walker has finished his European ban which means that the English speedy machine will be in contention to start.

Latest odds

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  • Atletico Madrid to win 18/5
  • Draw 13/5
  • Man City to win 3/4

To qualify (incl ET and Pen)

  • Atletico Madrid to qualify 7/1
  • Man City to qualify 1/14

*Odds courtesy of Betfair are correct as of Monday, April 11.

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