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Man City vs Feyenoord: TV channel, live stream, team news, and kick off time for Champions League clash

Pep Guardiola's great entertainers have already qualified for the group stages but will want to go through in winning fashion

PEP GUARDIOLA's Manchester City host Feyenoord on Tuesday night as they look to continue their perfect Champions League record.

City have already qualified for the group stages after four straight wins - but will be keen to tie up top spot ahead of the draw.

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 Pep Guardiolas unstoppable Man City side are eight points clear at the top
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Pep Guardiolas unstoppable Man City side are eight points clear at the top

Feyenoord are struggling domestically and are already 12 points adrift of PSV in the Eredivisie.

They have lost all four of their Champions League ties and are only playing for pride.

 Shakhtar Donetsk beat Feyenoord 3-1 to leave Napoli sweating over their Champions League status
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Shakhtar Donetsk beat Feyenoord 3-1 to leave Napoli sweating over their Champions League status

What time is kick-off?

THIS match takes place on Tuesday, November 21 at the Etihad Stadium.

Kick-off is at 7.45pm.

Which channel is it on?

THE game will be shown live on BT Sport ESPN, with coverage starting at 7pm. 

Alternatively, join us on SunSport where we will be running a dedicated LIVE blog of this match.

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 Sergio Aguero poached the second of the four Man City goals at Feyenoord
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Sergio Aguero poached the second of the four Man City goals at Feyenoord

What is the team news?

SERGIO AGUERO starts in attack after being rested against Leicester  following a dizzy spell whilst on international duty.

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