Manchester City will play hosts to Paris Saint-Germain in what is arguably the biggest game in the club's history and the club's greatest chance to get into their first-ever Champions League final.
Since the takeover in 2008, a semi-final is as good as it has got for City, and despite being the favourites to win the Champions League for the past four seasons, they've failed to get past the quarter-finals. However, with two away goals for the Citizens, anything but defeat will see Pep Guardiola make his first Champions League final in almost a decade and City's first-ever.
Riyad Mahrez and Kevin De Bruyne were the heroes last time out, with the Algerian and Belgian's goals in the second half give them two away goals and cancelling out Marquinhos' first half header. This now means that PSG must win on the night at the Etihad in order to go through, which is something very few teams have managed this campaign.
The Paris outfit themselves, are still struggling on the domestic front, despite another win at the weekend. However, with Lille also winning, PSG are still a point behind the league leaders and with a French Cup semi-final also over the horizon, this is proving to be the biggest week in PSG's recent history, as, technically, a treble is still on the cards.
This treble, however, is unlikely, as City sit as the 4/6 favourites to win on the night and a high 1/9 to qualify. PSG can still progress, given their talent, but the likes of Neymar and Kylian Mbappe simply have to be at their absolute 100% best to do so.
Mbappe was rested at the weekend whilst Neymar scored, and if the Brazilian can match his impressive first 45 from the first leg in Manchester, this game could quickly become quite tense for City. Neymar has already dropped on masterclass in Manchester this campaign, with an incredible Man of the Match performance against Manchester United back in the group stages which saw him score twice.
Still, City should qualify. Guardiola's men are set up perfectly for this encounter, with a 2-0 win over Crystal Palace seeing some star names rested and raring to go. PSG will bring it to the home side, and could even bag on the night. However, with two away goals, Mauricio Pochettino's might just have too much to do, despite the Argentine's great record against City and PSG's brilliant results in Manchester the past two years.