This weekend, Manchester City will take on Inter Milan in the Champions League Final.
The English champions will be aiming to win their first title, while the Italians have already won it three times.
City, under Pep Guardiola, is seen as the best side in the world and is on the verge of a historic treble, having already won the Premier League and FA Cup.
Inter will be aiming to upset the apple cart, though, with their squad of players.
Here's a full preview of the game to come.
Argentina teammates Julián Álvarez and Lautaro Martínez turn club rivals on Saturday.
Only one will become the 10th player to win the World Cup and Champions League in the same season ⚔️ pic.twitter.com/ajsxoAVAs0
— B/R Football (@brfootball) June 8, 2023
When is it on?
Saturday 10 June
What time is kick-off?
What TV Station will show the game?
BT Sport 1 and RTE
Who is the referee?
What happened the last time sides met
They last played a pre-season friendly back in 2011.
The sides have played 2 times. Both sides have won 1 each.
Odds can be found here
How did they get here
Round of 16: 1-8 agg win vs RB Leipzig
Quarterfinals: 1-4 agg. win vs Bayern Munich
Semifinals: 1 – 5 agg. win vs Real Madrid
Round of 16: 0-1 agee win vs Porto
Quarterfinals 5-3 agg. win vs Benfica
Semifinals: 3-0 agg. win vs AC Milan
How many Champions League does each side have?
Form (all competitions, most recent first):
Last Champions League final outing
2021, Chelsea 1-0 Man City
2010, Inter 2-0 Bayern
Possible starting line-ups
Man City: Ederson; Walker, Rúben Dias, Aké; Stones, Rodri; Bernardo Silva, De Bruyne, Gündoğan, Grealish; Haaland
Inter: Onana; Darmian, Acerbi, Bastoni; Dumfries, Barella, Hakan Çalhanoğlu, Mkhitaryan, Dimarco; Lautaro Martínez, Džeko
Man City's medical team is largely idle ahead of the final. Kyle Walker had a minor back concern but is now fit. The lineup is expected to remain unchanged except for the goalkeeper position. Inter's Mkhitaryan and Correa are likely to recover. Inzaghi prefers Martinez and Dzeko up front, while Dimarco will face Walker. Skriniar and de Vrij may start on the bench.
What have the managers said?
Guardiola, Man City coach: "When you reach the final of the Champions League, you have to celebrate. A final against an Italian team is not always the best gift, honestly. Inter are competitive. After this [semi-final] victory there will be a lot of compliments, but we have time to prepare mentally."
Inzaghi, Inter coach: "For us it was a dream but we have always believed in it. I'm proud to be here. Nobody has given us anything, we deserve everything that we have achieved. And now the dream to play the final has come true. It has been an extraordinary path and winning a derby in the semi-final brought particular satisfaction."