Manchester City make the next step in the defence of their Champions League title as they travel to Denmark to take on FC Copenhagen on Tuesday night. The Danish outfit clinched second spot in a group consisting of Bayern Munich, Galatasaray and Manchester United to set-up their last-16 clash with Pep Guardiola's side.
City are strong favourites to progress to the quarter finals as they seek to win back-to-back European Cups after lifting their first continental crown in Istanbul last year. It is the start of a busy few weeks for Guardiola's side and he may look to ring the changes from the 2-0 victory over Everton on Saturday afternoon to avoid any injuries.
Two players who look unlikely to feature are defender Josko Gvardiol and midfielder Mateo Kovacic, as the pair were absent from the club's open training session on Monday. Gvardiol was an unused substitute against Everton while Kovacic missed the victory. Guardiola still has plenty of strong options to call upon in their possible absence, and here is how ManchesterWorld thinks the Spaniard might opt