Man City face Chelsea in an all-English Champions League Final on Saturday, and all the pre-match buildup.  This is for the football fans. Thankfully 16,000 fans will fly to Porto’s Estadio do Dragao in Portugal to watch the European showpiece.

This is the big game, the one we have all been looking forward to. It is the last game for our teams before we get the Euro’s and the tension is so high. There’s so much riding on this game, Pep needs to live up to his won demands and pressure.

UEFA Champions League Final live stream: the all-English final kicks off at 8pm BST

What about Thomas Tuchal, well he needs some silverware to buy some credibility with the Chelsea faithful and of course the big man himself, Roman Abramovich.  

Pre-Match build-up

Man City keeper Ederson is ready though, after the drama in the Europa League final, you know that other one that Man United lost, Ederson has said he will be a penalty taker in the Champions League final if there is a penalty shoot-out: “I don’t need to train that much, but the fifth one, I’m taking it. The last one, the decisive, I’ll ask for it.”

By around 10 ish tonight we should know which city we will be painted Blue.

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All the latest, Where to watch & Team News? Ahead of the Champions League Final


Man City v Chelsea

  • Kick-Off at 8:00 PM
  • Porto’s Estadio do Dragao
  • Portugal – All English final
Champions League final: Manchester City v Chelsea How to watch the final and How many fans will attend

This all-English Champions League final is actually an all-Pep affair

Manchester City’s manager has been a substantial influence on Thomas Tuchel and on football far beyond such a gilded match


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The two faces of Thomas Tuchel, Chelsea’s disarming perfectionist

German has gained a reputation for being a ruthless and obsessive coach but, as he tells Miguel Delaney ahead of the Champions League final, he also has a warmer side that yields loyalty from his players


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Rafa Benítez’s complete tactical breakdown of the final

It was 16 years ago this week that the former Liverpool manager masterminded their Champions League “miracle” in the final against AC Milan, as they recovered from 3-0 down at half-time to win on penalties.


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