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Watch City U18s v Derby live on Facebook

Manchester City U18s game against Derby County in the U18 Premier League game will be streamed live on Facebook this weekend.

Lee Carsley’s unbeaten young Blues take on the seventh placed Rams at the Academy Stadium on Saturday at midday as they go in search of their fifth win from eight games.

This is the second time a City U18s match has been broadcast on the social media platform, with the youngsters making their Facebook Live debut in the 2-0 victory over Manchester United last month.

Once again, supporters who can’t make the game can tune in to the Club’s official Academy Facebook page to watch the Blues talented youngsters in action.

Speaking ahead of the game, captain Joel Latibeaudiere said: “It’s great that City fans from across the globe will have the opportunity to watch us live on Saturday.

“We hope we can put in a good performance and extend our unbeaten run for them.”

Supporters who are able to attend the game can buy tickets online at mancity.com/tickets and all Cityzens Members can claim a free ticket for this game.

Don’t forget to follow the new official Twitter account, @ManCityAcademy, for all the latest news.

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