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Manchester City will look to continue their perfect start to this season’s Champions League defence as Pep Guardiola’s side visit BSC Young Boys tonight.
City have opened their European campaign with victories over FK Crvena Zvezda and away at RB Leipzig last time out, and now travel to the Swiss champions in Bern.
The treble winners got back to winning wins at the weekend with a 2-1 win against Brighton, following a three-match domestic losing streak that came while Rodri was suspended.
City have a three point lead over RB Leipzig and are five points clear of Young Boys and FK Crvena Zvezda in Champions League Group G, and would be on the verge of qualification to the last-16 with another victory tonight.
Here’s everything you need to know ahead of tonight’s Champions League clash.
When is Young Boys vs Manchester City?
The match will kick off at 8pm BST on Wednesday 25 October in Bern, Switzerland.
How can I watch it?
It will be shown live on TNT Sports 1, with coverage starting from 7pm BST. TNT Sports customers can also stream the match live on Discovery+ and the Discovery+ app.
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What is the Manchester City team news?
City have no fresh injury concerns, with long-term casualty Kevin De Bruyne their only notable absentee. Manuel Akanji is free to play but will be suspended from their next Premier League match after his red card against Brighton.
Manchester City: Ederson; Walker, Stones, Diaz, Akanji; Rodri, Bernardo; Foden, Alvaraz, Doku; Haaland
Young Boys 1-4 Manchester City
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