Copenhagen vs Manchester City live stream, Tuesday 11 October, 5:45pm BST
Copenhagen vs Manchester City live stream and match preview
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Manchester City head to Copenhagen knowing that a fourth win from four in Group G will send them through to the Champions League round of 16.
Pep Guardiola's side thrashed the Danish champions 5-0 at the Etihad Stadium last week, with – you guessed it – Erling Haaland bagging a brace. City enter this encounter on a six-match winning run in all competitions; they've scored four or more goals in four of those games, beating Southampton 4-0 at home in the Premier League last time out.
Copenhagen, by contrast, have lost four and won just one of their last seven. Hit hard by injuries, Jacob Neestrup's team have mustered only five goals in their previous 10 outings. Defeat here coupled with victory for Borussia Dortmund against Sevilla in the night's other Group G fixture will eliminate them from the Champions League.
Copenhagen are missing no fewer than eight players for this match: as well as long-term absentees Zeca and Akinkunmi Amoo, Andreas Cornelius, Rasmus Falk, Orri Oskarsson, Mamoudou Karamoko, Khouma Babacar and Denis Vavro are all out.
As for City, Guardiola remains without the services of Kyle Walker, John Stones and Kalvin Phillips.
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Artur Soares Dias of Portugal will be the referee for Copenhagen vs Manchester City.
Copenhagen vs Manchester City will be played at Parken.
Elsewhere in the group
The night's other Group G game between Borussia Dortmund and Sevilla kicks off at 8pm BST.
Kick-off and channel
Kick-off is at 5:45pm BST on Tuesday 11 October and the game is being shown live on BT Sport 4 in the UK. See below for international broadcast options.
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