The two Premier League giants have been pitted together at the quarter-final stage, and the tie gives us the mouthwatering prospect of a repeat of the two Premier League matches between the teams earlier this season, in which a whopping 12 goals have been scored in total.
But despite City playing some of the best football on the continent at the moment, the Sky Blues look set to play in-front of some empty seats when Jurgen Klopp bring his team to the Etihad on April 10.
According to the Sun, tickets were released on Monday, and most teams in the Champions League sellout their home allocation in a matter of hours, if that.
But as of Wednesday evening, City are still advertising tickets for sale.
City have been trolled by rival fans over their lack of supporters at home matches several times over the last few years, but what do you make of it?