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Manchester City vs Shaktar Donetsk Live Stream: Watch Champions League Soccer 2017 Online (Preview)

Manchester City and Shaktar Donetsk will clash on Tuesday in a big Champions League game for both teams. The game has a scheduled start time of 2.45 p.m. ET (7.45 p.m. BST), and takes place from the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, England. The game can be watched online through live stream (details below).

In team news, City defender Benjamin Mendy is out with a knee injury. He came off in Saturday's 5-0 win over Crystal Palace, and will now go to see a specialist in Barcelona. It is uncertain at this stage how long he will be out for.

In addition to Mendy, City are also without Ilkay Gundogan, as well as Vincent Kompany, with the pair out with knee and calf injuries respectively.

In their opening Champions League game a few weeks back, City demolished Feyenoord 4-0, and have been scoring with ease through the new season - they have scored 27 goals in eight games so far this season.

City boss, Pep Guardiola has said, "When we play at home we feel we are going to score goals. How many chances we create and concede is quite similar to last season. The stability can go down. We have to be careful and work in our habits and our fundamentals. Always we can do better and this is another test."

However, the former Barcelona boss has assured his team will not be taking their opponents lightly for today's game, saying: "It is the seventh time I have played against Shakhtar. The first time we faced them was in the Champions League group stage. My team went to see them and came back saying 'wow'. I can assure you they were always one of the best teams in terms of playing football. It was always so tough for me."

He added, "My players are going to see how good they are and hopefully I can convince them to take them seriously. Shakhtar deserve all my credit."

Today's big game between Manchester City and Shaktar Donetsk has a scheduled start time of 7.45 p.m. ET (2.45 p.m. BST) and can be watched online on Fox Sports Go.

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