Premier League sides Manchester City and Chelsea will vie for the biggest prize in club football – what has happened in their previous meetings?
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Final debutants Manchester City will take on fellow Premier League team Chelsea in this season's UEFA Champions League final on Saturday 29 May.
UEFA.com looks at the history between the finalists and how things have played out when they have met in the recent past.
Previous meetings in UEFA competition
Chelsea 1-0 Man. City
Man. City 0-1 Chelsea
(agg: 2-0 Chelsea, 1970/71 European Cup Winners' Cup semi-finals)
The London club won both legs of the sides' only previous European encounter in 1971. Derek Smethurst was on target at Stamford Bridge, before goalkeeper Ron Healey fumbled Keith Weller's free-kick into his own net in Manchester.
Meetings in domestic competition
Chelsea and Manchester City have met 166 times in domestic competition, with the Blues winning 68 matches to City's 58 with 40 draws.
City outclassed Chelsea in January's Premier League meeting, netting three first-half goals in a commanding 3-1 victory at Stamford Bridge. It was a different story in the FA Cup semi-finals, however, as City's defence were lured towards Timo Werner's motoring run, leaving Hakim Ziyech to steer the winner into an open goal. And Chelsea did it again in their Premier League trip to City on 8 May, overturning a half-time deficit to win 2-1 thanks to Ziyech and Marcos Alonso.
Final meetings in domestic competition
Chelsea 0-0 Man. City (aet)
(Man. City won 4-3 on penalties, 2018/19 League Cup)
Raheem Sterling converted the decisive spot kick as City retained the trophy by beating Chelsea in a shoot-out after a goalless 120 minutes. The showpiece had taken 43 minutes to throw up a shot on target as Maurizio Sarri's Chelsea stifled City. Nevertheless, Josep Guardiola's men succeeded in capturing their first piece of silverware that season – later adding the FA Cup and Premier League.