Manchester City and Liverpool go head to head at the Etihad on Tuesday evening for a place in the semi-final of the Champions League.
The Reds, who take a three-goal lead into the second leg, are the favourites to go through, but the Citizens, who have taken the Premier League by storm this season, will be hoping to make home advantage count and get some revenge.
Fans of both clubs have been vocal on social media throughout the day, as excitement for the must-win match builds ahead of the fixture.
And it seems supporters, who paid close attention to the first leg, are in agreement over where the tie will be won and lost.
Prior to the match at Anfield last week, many expected Leroy Sane – the in-form Premier League winger – to dominate the inexperienced Trent Alexander-Arnold down the left hand side of the pitch.
But the 19-year-old performed admirable against the German, and for long spells marked Sane out of the game. Sane will be desperate to get revenge on the teenager and show the world that he is as good as we all know he is.What’s more, Pep Guardiola is likely to play a far more attacking side than he did in the first leg, meaning Raheem Sterling will return and stretch the Citizens’s midfield, generating more space for his side to exploit.But the youngster will be buoyed by his performance from the first leg. He’ll be full of confidence and belief that he can get the better of Sane – simply because he already has.