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Real Madrid vs Manchester City Champions League semi-final Live Football Match 4 May 2022

Real Madrid vs Manchester City live the Champions League semi-final

Event details:
NAME: Real Madrid – Manchester City
DATE: 4 May 2022
TIME: 19:00 UTC
VENUE: Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid, Spain

Real Madrid is going head to head with Manchester City starting on 4 May 2022 at 19:00 UTC at Santiago Bernabeu stadium, Madrid city, Spain. The match is a part of the UEFA Champions League.

Real Madrid played against Manchester City in 1 matches this season.

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City travel to the Bernabeu on Wednesday 4 May, with kick-off scheduled for 20:00 (UK).

Pep Guardiola’s men hold a 4-3 advantage from the home leg, edging a seven-goal thriller thanks to goals from Kevin De Bruyne, Gabriel Jesus, Phil Foden and Bernardo Silva.

The match is being live in the UK on BT Sport, while those living around the world can find out how to tune in via livesoccertv’s global TV listings at the foot of this page.

Team news UPDATE

Pep Guardiola says he will make a final decision on the fitness of Kyle Walker on Wednesday morning ahead of our Champions League semi-final second leg leg away to Real Madrid.

However, the City boss did confirm that John Stones would not be fit to face the newly-crowned Spanish champions.

Walker has been side-lined with an ankle knock since our quarter-final second leg tie away at Atletico Madrid last month.

But the England right back was back in training on Tuesday morning as City stepped up preparations ahead of flying out to Madrid.

And, addressing the media at Tuesday’s pre-match press conference, the City boss revealed Walker would continue to be carefully monitored between now and Wednesday before he makes a final decision on his availability.

“Kyle trained today and he will travel,” Guardiola confirmed.

“Tomorrow we will decide – he is three weeks without training but we are happy he is back. We will decide tomorrow.

“Yeah definitely (we have better options at right-back with Joao Cancelo also available after suspension).

“Joao is no doubt. He is really good. We will see with Kyle tomorrow how he is after treatment tonight and tomorrow. Then we will decide.”

However, the boss did confirm that Stones would not figure on Wednesday night.

The England centre half was forced to come off during last week’s dramatic 4-3 first leg win over the newly-crowned Spanish champions at the Etihad with a recurrence of a muscular issue.

And asked if Stones was fit to travel, the boss responded: “No. He is not fit.”

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