Manchester City will tackle Chelsea in the Champions League final in Porto on Saturday evening with the match bringing a close to the European club season.
City are looking to cap a remarkable campaign by securing a treble, adding to their success in the Carabao Cup and Premier League, while Chelsea are aiming to win their first title under Thomas Tuchel.
The match is the second all-English Champions League final in three years, following on from Liverpool’s victory over Tottenham in Madrid three years ago.
It is certainly due to be an occasion to remember and we have detailed all the information you need to make sure you don’t miss a single kick of the action.
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What channel is City vs Chelsea on?
Manchester City’s first-ever Champions League final, with Chelsea as the opponents, will be broadcast live by BT Sport.
Coverage begins at 6pm, with two hours of build-up before the big kick-off, and is due to finish at 22:45 – though this will be extended if the game progresses to extra time and penalties.
The match is available across all BT platforms, as well as in 4K on BT Sport Ultimate, and non-subscribers can watch the game for free on YouTube.
Can I stream City vs Chelsea?
As always, existing subscribers can stream the match online by using the BT Sport app – which is available on desktop and laptops.
You can also download the app to your apple or Android devices – both mobile and tablets.
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What is the early team news?
Chelsea welcomed both Edouard Mendy and N’Golo Kante back to first-team training this week, with the pair in line to feature tomorrow after their recent injury issues.
Mateo Kovacic is only likely to make the bench having only recently returned to fitness himself but Tuchel has a strong squad to choose from.
Meanwhile, City travelled to Portugal with no injury concerns, although Ilkay Gundogan did depart Friday’s open training session early following a collision with Fernandinho.