Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola. Credit - Flickr, Thomas Rodenbucher.

Manchester City are set to host PSG tonight in the second-leg of their Champions League semi-final tie.

Pep Guardiola’s side currently lead 2-1 in the tie and boast two away goals that were scored at the Parc Des Princes last week.

To make things worse for PSG, they may miss their main man Kylian Mbappe who is still a liability due to a calf injury, so a late fitness test will be issued to determine whether he will be available for selection or not.

With Mbappe having scored eight goals in ten champions league appearances, PSG will look to Neymar to lead the line and potentially secure them a place in the final for successive Champions League final.

Mauricio Pochettino weighed in on how his side will take on Man City this evening as reported by BBC Sports.

“The intention is to deprive them of the possession but it is a challenge. They have played six years under the same philosophy with Pep.

“We are trying to get more balance. We need to be ready to suffer in some moments of the game. We need to be clinical and aggressive.”

Guardiola also weighed when talking to Manchester City by saying.

“We are going to do a good game. What we have to do is win tomorrow and after we see what happens.

“Now we arrive in a good moment. I said to the guys don’t think too much to win the game.

“The same message we have done for the last six or seven months is the same message for tomorrow.

“We approach the game with a small advantage and we have to play to win the game. This is what we will do.”

Manchester having not lost to PSG in their last four games, will be looking to make it five in a row to secure their place in what would be their first European final in 51 years.

It remains to be seen if Mbappe will be fit for tonights match, but if last weeks game was anything to go by then we are certainly in for a treat.