Manchester City looks to move closer to clinching a UEFA Champions League knockout round berth when it welcomes Copenhagen to the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday.
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City has beaten Borussia Dortmund and Sevilla and now faces consecutive games against Danish regulars Copenhagen.
WInning both would seal a place in the knockout rounds, but Copenhagen will be no walkover after drawing Sevilla earlier in the tournament.
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Here is everything you need to know ahead of Manchester City vs Copenhagen.
How to watch Manchester City vs Copenhagen live, stream link and start time
Key storylines + in-form players to keep an eye on
This time, we can combine the "key storylines" and "in-form players" sections: It's Phil Foden and Erling Haaland.
Let's focus on the latter.
Erling Haaland is threatening to put up season numbers that would seem impossible were we not to have experience Lionel Messi's 2011-12 season at Barcelona. That season saw Messi score 50 goals and 19 assists in La Liga while adding 20 more goals and nine assists in other competitions.
The match total? 53.
That works out to 1.4 goals and 0.4 assists per game.
Haaland? So far he has 17 goals and three assists in 11 matches, good for… 1.54 goals and 0.27 assists per game.
So, yes, Haaland is currently on his "Messi prime" grind.
The lowdown on Copenhagen
Copenhagen enters this match hoping that star goalkeeper - ex-Brighton starter - Mathew Ryan can help shut down an incredible City attack.
Manchester City team news, injuries, lineup options
John Stones (thigh), Kalvin Phillips (shoulder), and Kyle Walker (muscular) are set to miss the match, while Rodri (lower leg) faces a late fitness test.
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