Real Madrid and Manchester City added another chapter to their growing UEFA Champions League rivalry with an exciting 3-3 draw at the Santiago Bernabeu in the first leg of their quarterfinal match.

Federico Valverde’s impressive volley for Madrid, along with goals from Phil Foden and Josko Gvardiol for City in the second half, left the tie evenly poised as they head to Manchester for the return leg on Wednesday.

City delivered a strong performance in their 4-0 win over Real Madrid in last season’s semifinals, but Madrid has made key additions since then and will be looking to make an impact.

“[City] are treble winners, an amazing team. But we are a pretty good team ourselves,” said Real’s Jude Bellingham in a pre-match press conference. “We trust in ourselves and the ability in the changing room.”

Here is a look at the team news and confirmed lineups for the second leg.

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Man City vs Real Madrid lineups, team news

Kyle Walker and Nathan Ake have returned to training and were unused substitutes in the weekend win over Luton Town.

England international John Stones also participated in City’s training session. Walker was included in the starting lineup.

Man City (4-1-4-1 right to left): Ederson (GK) – Walker, Akanji, Dias, Gvardiol – Rodri – Silva, De Bruyne, Foden, Grealish – Haaland.

Man City subs (12): Ortega (GK), Carson (GK), Stones, Ake, Kovacic, Doku, Alvarez, Gomez, Nunes, Bobb, Lewis.

Real Madrid’s coach Carlo Ancelotti had to make a crucial decision in defense with Aurelien Tchouameni suspended.

Club captain Nacho replaced Tchouameni ahead of the fit-again Eder Militao.

Real Madrid (4-2-3-1 right to left): Lunin (GK) – Carvajal, Rudiger, Nacho, Mendy – Camavinga, Kroos – Valverde, Bellingham, Rodrygo – Vinicius Jr.

Real Madrid subs (12): Kepa (GK), Fran (GK), Militao, Modric, Joselu, Lucas, Ceballos, Fran Garcia, Brahim, Guler.

Real Madrid vs Man City live stream, TV channel

Here’s how to watch this Champions League match in various regions:

USA: Champions League matches are available on Paramount+. New users can get a FREE seven-day trial.

Spanish subscribers can watch on ViX and UniMas, with streaming available on Fubo for new subscribers.

Canada: DAZN streams every Champions League game live.

UK: The match will be broadcast on TNT Sports 2 and streamed on discovery+.

India: JioTV and Sony LIV offer live streaming options.

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