- It is still possible to buy tickets for the second-leg at the Etihad on April 10
- Liverpool sold out the game at Anfield within minutes of tickets going on sale
- Pep Guardiola’s side are considered to be among favourites for the tournament
Manchester City are struggling to sell out their Champions League quarter-final against Liverpool.
Pep Guardiola’s side are considered to be among the favourites to win Europe’s elite club competition and are on the cusp of winning the Premier League after an excellent domestic season.
But the Etihad club have become notorious for smaller than expected attendances at their stadium.
Manchester City are struggling to sell out tickets for their game against Liverpool on April 10
Pep Guardiola’s side are considered to be among the favourites for the Champions League
Tickets for the second leg of their last-eight game against Liverpool went on sale on Monday.
And some are still available over two days later, which is disappointing for a game of this size.
Guardiola and his players will host Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool on April 10, which comes six days after the first-leg of their clash at Anfield.
City have become notorious for struggling to sell out games at the Etihad over the years
Liverpool, by contrast, found it exceptionally easy to sell out their stadium for the game against their Premier League rivals.
Any available seats were sold within seconds, and there was even some frustration among supporters at how quickly they went.
Both sides will go into their two-legged game full of confidence after the results earlier this campaign.
City beat Liverpool 5-0 at the Etihad following Sadio Mane’s sending off, while the Reds ended Guardiola’s unbeaten start to the campaign in a 4-3 thriller at Anfield.