Manchester City have taken a short trip to Spain to take on the newly announced Laliga champions Real Madrid. Los Blancos have been declared the 2021/22 winners in Laliga last weekend in a huge boost to their bid for a Champions League trophy.
In which they come into this match full of confidence and that's a big scare to the visitors. Meanwhile there some news on injury situation from the Ancelotti side.
And according to Manchester evening news, the spaniards will welcome an experienced midfielder Casemiro back from injury. A move which has been said by his manager that he may end up starting the match tonight.
However there still problems with the defence line with their last summer signing from Bayern Munich, David Alaba still out with a problem. But the availability of Nacho should encourage the home side especially with the partnership of Militao in central defence.
Manchester City will have to be at their best to go past Madrid despite the first leg 3-2 scoreline in favour of the English side. With the last season's failure in the Champions League finals to win against Chelsea still fresh in City players minds.
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