Manchester City will look to finish with a flourish and wrap up their group campaign in style at home to Sevilla on Wednesday.
Although it is a dead rubber with City already sealing top spot in Group G, the Citizens are unbeaten in 22 European home matches – a record that stretches back over four years.
With Erling Haaland missing through a foot injury, Pep Guardiola is likely to ring in the changes, and it could well be a very different- looking line-up from the side that beat Leicester 1-0 last weekend.
Sevilla, meanwhile, have endured a nightmare season as they are third from bottom in La Liga, and they sacked their manager Julen Lopetegui last month.
Things may have slightly improved under Jorge Sampaoli, but they will have to contend with Europa League football once again as they are poised to finish third.
We have run the rule over this game and picked out a couple of tips for you to consider ahead of kick-off.
Manchester City to run riot again
While there is little at stake for City, they will still want to end on a high note in Group G, and Guardiola won’t allow his troops to ease off.
In the previous meeting, City were too hot to handle as they thrashed Sevilla 4-0 with Haaland netting a double.
City have struggled in recent weeks to find their usual rhythm, and even against Leicester, they found it tough going at times.
Nevertheless, Guardiola boast an exceptional record against Sevilla, as the Spanish tactician has only lost two of his 13 games against them as a manager, with his teams averaging 2.5 goals per game (33 in total).
City have also won 81% of their home games in the Champions League since Guardiola took charge, and Sevilla could well be easy fodder.
I’m thinking City could blitz past Sevilla and register another 4-0 win. If you like the look of the Correct Score section, then William Hill is pricing up a 4-0 victory for City at a tasty 11/1.
Phil Foden to sprinkle some stardust
While this game will give the likes of Julian Alvarez and Cole Palmer the chance to make an impression, Phil Foden will want to underline his star quality.
City are blessed with a bounty of riches, and Foden can single-handedly change a game.
Although Gareth Southgate will be praying that Foden comes through the game unscathed with the World Cup on the horizon, Foden could play an integral role against Sevilla.
Foden scored in the victory over Sevilla back in September, and while he hasn’t hit the target in any of his past five outings in all competitions, the net could bulge this week.
I fancy Foden to be among the goals, and he is trading at a tempting looking 15/2 with Paddy Power to bag a double against Sevilla.