Manchester City host Paris Saint-Germain tonight with a first Champions League final appearance firmly in their sights.
As well as previewing that crucial second-leg clash, the latest LiveScore Power Rankings and our weekly golf and cricket news round-ups are also on the menu.
Manchester City vs Paris Saint-Germain (8pm, BT Sport)
City emerged with a 2-1 victory from the first leg of their semi-final in Paris last week, meaning Pep Guardiola’s men stand on the edge of history this evening.
Goals from Kevin De Bruyne and Riyad Mahrez turned the tie on its head after a Marquinhos header had given Mauricio Pochettino’s men an early advantage.
That result means the French champions must now beat City on their own patch to progress — something only two of the last 23 sides to visit the Etihad have managed across all competitions.
To make matters worse for PSG, they are sweating on the fitness of Kylian Mbappe after he missed the weekend win over Lens due to a calf injury.
With the 22-year-old star reportedly touch and go, we consider how Les Parisiens may adjust their approach should he miss out.
Our monthly Power Rankings are here
We have reached crunch time across Europe’s elite leagues as a domestic season like no other finally edges towards a close.
The title is already done and dusted in Italy after Inter Milan landed a first Scudetto in over a decade at the weekend, while the champagne is on ice in Germany and England for Bayern Munich and City respectively.
Things are set to go down to the wire in Spain and France, with Atletico Madrid and Lille battling to cling on to narrow leads at the top of their respective divisions.
With crucial games to come this month, the latest edition of the LiveScore Power Rankings will give you an indication of the top 10 in-form sides to look out for.
Hit For Six and On The Tee
If football is not your thing, we have got our weekly cricket and golf columns for you to tuck into instead.
Today’s news of the indefinite suspension of the Indian Premier League due to rising coronavirus cases dominates Hit For Six, with Matthew Storey running the rule over the current situation and how things may proceed in the coming days and weeks.
Meanwhile, Matthew Hill highlights a breakthrough win for Sam Burns, as well as the latest news from the European and LPGA Tours, in On The Tee.
And there’s more
By sticking with LiveScore throughout the day, you will be kept up to speed with all the breaking news from around the sporting world — including the key reaction from tonight’s Champions League semi-final.
With boxing, motorsport, tennis and a host of other big sports in our sights, there really is something for everyone.