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Talking Points: Who will be pride of Beijing?

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City v Manchester United: Global TV listings

AGUERO: Sergio is likely to play a part in Monday's Manchester derby in Beijing.

The first Manchester derby outside the UK takes place on Monday in Beijing and we've got the complete list of TV channels showing the game around the world.

Find out where you can watch the game in your country...

Match Preview

City v United: Need to Know

MEETING OF TWO MINDS: Guardiola and Mourinho are set to engage in battle once again.

Key quotes, milestones and stats for Monday's encounter.

The Blues are in Beijing to play United for the first time this season...

Picture Special

#cityontour: Fans watch over their heroes

What the Media Says

In other news: Mourinho expects instant success

What the Media Says

Express: City set for major double transfer swoop

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Pep hopes for injury-free derby

MEDIA DAY: Pep addresses the media for the first time in China.

“No injuries” was Pep Guardiola’s answer when asked what his hopes are for the pre-season friendly against Manchester United at the Bird’s Nest Stadium.

There have been some concerns about the pitch following heavy rainfall in Beijing over the last week and Pep has admitted he wants to get through the game with his squad unscathed.

Interview

Clichy: Now the whole team must defend

GAEL FORCE: French full-back enjoying life under Pep.

Think of Pep Guardiola and inevitably your mind will turn to beautiful, expansive attacking football.

However, there’s more to the new manager than creating chances and scoring goals, according to one of the men who has been training under him for the last three weeks.

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In Other News: Rooney backs Allardyce appointment

ALLARDYCE: The 61-year old was confirmed as the new England manager on Friday.

England captain Wayne Rooney believes that the FA have made a ‘good appointment’ by naming Sam Allardyce as the new manager of England.

The 30-year old is currently in China ahead of the Manchester derby on Monday and spoke to Sky Sports after the former Sunderland boss signed a two-year deal to take charge of the national side.

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