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Manchester City vs Mönchengladbach Champions League preview: where to watch, predicted line-ups, team news

Where to watch, predicted line-ups, team news for the round of 16 second leg.

Oleksandr Zinchenko and İlkay Gündoğan chat in Manchester City training on Monday
Oleksandr Zinchenko and İlkay Gündoğan chat in Manchester City training on Monday Manchester City FC via Getty Ima

Manchester City host Mönchengladbach in the UEFA Champions League round of 16 second leg on 16 March at 21:00 CET.

Man. City vs Gladbach build-up

What happened in the first leg?

A goal in each half from Bernardo Silva and Gabriel Jesus in Budapest left the dominant Premier League leaders in sight of a fourth straight quarter-final.

Highlights: Mönchengladbach 0-2 Man. City (2 mins)

Where to watch the game on TV

Fans can find their local UEFA Champions League broadcast partner(s) here.

Form guide

Manchester City
Latest: Fulham 0-3 Manchester City, 13/03
Where they stand
: 1st in Premier League

Latest: Augsburg 3-1 Mönchengladbach, 12/03
Where they stand: 10th in Bundesliga

Possible line-ups

Man. City: Ederson; Walker, Rúben Dias, Laporte, Zinchenko; Rodri, Gündoğan; Ferran Torres, De Bruyne, Sterling; Agüero

Gladbach: Sommer; Lainer, Ginter, Elvedi, Bensebaini; Zakaria, Neuhaus; Hofmann, Stindl, Wolf; Pléa

Expert predictions

Matthew Howarth, Man. City reporter: City’s 2-0 victory in February set up what should be a comfortable return leg. Pep Guardiola's side have won 23 of their previous 24 games across all competitions, and they are in no mood to let those remarkable standards slip against a Gladbach side who have faltered of late after a strong first half to the campaign. I fully expect the Citizens to qualify for the last eight in style.

James Thorogood, Gladbach reporter: With just one win from their last ten competitive outings, Gladbach's season is crumbling around them. It could have been different had Hannes Wolf scored late in Budapest in the first leg, but having set a low bar with their worst performance in the UEFA Champions League this season, the Foals have nothing to lose in the second leg.

View from the camps

City manager Josep Guardiola
City manager Josep GuardiolaManchester City FC via Getty Ima

Pep Guardiola, City manager: "We're going to try to win tomorrow and go to the quarter-finals. This is the only target I have. Is this the best City side I have had? Right now it is worse because the previous teams won a lot and this team haven't won anything. We are validated by the results and the titles we can lift, especially from outside. That's why the previous teams won and this team still has to prove it."

Marco Rose, Gladbach coach: "It's an important game for us; it's a Champions League fixture and we worked hard to be here. We lost the first leg 2-0, but we will try to change some things and put in a better performance this time around."

Florian Neuhaus, Gladbach midfielder: "City played with a very high line [in the first leg] and if we'd been better with the final ball in behind, there might have been more in it for us. We have to be braver in the second leg."

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Match stats and facts