To make sure you never miss out on your favourite NEW stories, we're happy to send you some reminders
Click 'OK' then 'Allow' to enable notifications
Despite their domestic dominance of England and France, Man City and PSG have yet to win the European Cup - with their respective owners craving the coveted trophy above all others.
Pochettino's side are aiming to reach the final for the second year running, and they gained revenge over reigning champions Bayern Munich in the quarter-finals by eliminating them on away goals after a 3-3 aggregate draw.
With all the money that City and PSG have spent on securing European glory, both sides will surely be giving it their all with the biggest prize in club football within their reach.
Here, SPORTbible takes a look at everything you need to know ahead of this week's second Champions League semi-final.
PSG vs Manchester is scheduled for an 8pm (BST) kick-off on Wednesday, April 28.
The match will be held behind closed doors at the Parc des Princes in Paris, France.
It will be televised on BT Sport 2 and BT Sport Ultimate.
BT Sport subscribers will also be able to watch the match online via the website or BT Sport app.
Given the respective talents of both sides, this tie could descend into a real shootout if there are to be a couple of early goals.
However, you'd expect the first leg to be a tighter affair with a goal or two either way before both teams go all out in the second leg in Manchester.
PSG looked suspect at the back across both legs against Bayern, though the potential return of Marquinhos will shore up the defence.
Nevertheless, City are more than capable of earning the victory in Paris on Wednesday night and put them in the driving seat to reach their first-ever European cup final.
PSG are 21/10 to win, with Manchester City priced at 23/20 to come away with the victory. A draw is priced at 14/5.
Odds are correct at the time of publication and are subject to change.
Juan Bernat is Mauricio Pochettino's only confirmed injury absentee for the welcome of Manchester City.
Prolific goalscorer Kylian Mbappe was forced off on the 87-minute in last weekend's 3-1 win over Metz after taking a blow to the leg, with the 22-year-old was seen limping off the field - sparking fears that he may not be able to participate in Wednesday's game.
Guardiola will remain on high alert, though, with the talented Neymar will be fully fit and in contention to start in the attacking lineup.