This week saw three out of a possible four English teams reach European finals.

Man City were ascendant over a PSG team who lost their discipline and Chelsea could have put four or five past Real Madrid as they moved past a tired looking Los Blancos.

Pep Guardiola's side are all but guaranteed the Premier League crown, with a win at The Etihad against Chelsea delivering the domestic title for them.

City are thirteen points clear of rivals Man Utd, and Chelsea currently find themselves in fourth.

After a mid-season revival when German coach Thomas Tuchel took over in January, Chelsea have had one of the best defensive records since.

Thomas Tuchel has impressed since taking charge of Chelsea, guiding the Blues into the Champions League semi-finals
Thomas Tuchel has impressed since taking charge of Chelsea

However, winning the Champions League final will also guarantee their place their next season.

Many see this as a dress rehearsal for May 29th's final and both squads have almost all their players available, and will look to keep them so.

Chelsea only have Mateo Kovacic out, suffering with a thigh injury and unlikely to return.

Pep Guardiola celebrates Man City's second goal against PSG

John Stones will miss out for Man City as the defender is suspended.

Both sides come into the tie on good form in the league and having cemented their places in the final of the Champions League in Istanbul.

Thomas Tuchel and Pep Guardiola have proved themselves to be amongst football's best coaches, and their last meeting saw the German knock Man City out the FA cup with a 1-0 win.

Mason Mount celebrates against Real Madrid

What time is Man City vs Chelsea?

The two Premier League heavyweights kick off at 5:30pm, in the penultimate Premier League clash of the day.

Man City vs Chelsea TV channel and livestream

The game is being shown on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event.

Subscribers will be able to watch the match via the Sky Go app or via the website.