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Man City vs PSG

The Citizens did a spectacular job in the first leg of the Champions League semi-finals when they managed to be victorious on the road in France, outplaying PSG with a 1:2 result.
They had some difficulties during the first part when they were pushed back by the home side and found themselves in deficit since the 15th minute when Marquinhos was effective.
However, the second part of the match was a different story, as the guests visibly appeared better, while the hosts started to lose their focus. They equalized over De Bruyne in the 64th and deservedly took the lead via Mahrez in the 71st, not leaving much room for the home side to be dangerous for the rest of the clash.
The Citizens have no fresh injury nor suspension worries and will be able to field up their strongest eleven.
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PSG vs Man City

PSG had a very difficult task last time in the Champions League when they clashed spears with the Bavarians, but showing great individual skills, managed to progress further to the semi-finals.
The Parisians had a great result from the first leg in Germany, as they recorded a 2:3 victory in a very interesting encounter, and even though they suffered a 0:1 loss at home a week later, previously mentioned great performance in Munich brought them one step closer to finally grab a much desired Champions League title.
Left-back Bernat (3/0) is injured and out. Doubtful for the moment are central defenders Diallo (19/0), Marquinhos (21/1), and midfielder Rafinha (19/0).
Manchester City met the expectations in their last European clash against Dortmund when they managed to be victorious in both matches with an identical 2:1 result.
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Metz vs PSG

Metz didn’t have much to offer last time on the road to Reims when they came away with a 0:0 draw, being quite passive in their overall appearance.
If we exclude a couple of opportunities, the guests looked completely absent from the field, luckily for them, the hosts weren’t shining as well, so a goalless match wasn’t that surprising considering their performance in this encounter.
Metz is positioned at the 9th spot in the rankings, having ten points less than European-placed Lens.
They will miss midfielder Pajot (12/0), forwards Niane (6/6) and Nguette (14/3).
PSG had some difficulties in its last Ligue 1 encounter at home against St Ettienne but was still able to pull out a 3:2 victory.
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