Manchester City are still basking in the glory of their superb derby day victory over Manchester United.
Erling Haaland Phil Foden each weighed in with hat-tricks in a scintillating 6-3 win over their bitter rivals on home turf. Pep Guardiola will now be looking for his team to follow that up with a similar type of performance when they resume Champions League campaign in midweek.
After wins over Sevilla and Borussia Dortmund, City will be aiming to make it three for three in the group stage against Danish champions FC Copenhagen.
Here is the essential info you need to know ahead of the match.
The match takes place at the Etihad on Wednesday, October 5. Kick-off is 8pm.
The game is being shown live on BT Sport . Coverage begins at 7.15pm on BT Sport 3 . BT Sport users with an account can live stream the match on the app.
If you do not have a subscription then the Manchester Evening News has you covered with our live dedicated blog.
The Blues are VERY heavy favourites with Betway...
City may rotate after the win on Sunday. Kyle Walker is definitely out after suffering a muscular problem that saw him withdrawn just before half-time.
Rodri could return but John Stones and Kalvin Phillips are both out.