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Tuesday marker: Your guide to City's week ahead

All the dates, times, kick-offs, venues and TV channel information you need for Manchester City’s week ahead.

Though it’s an international break for our men’s team there is still plenty of action to look forward to over the course of a busy week – not least a big match for City’s women’s side.

Thursday

Belgium v Wales | Nations League | 19.45pm

Poland v Netherlands | Nations League | 19.45pm


Italy U21s v England U21s | 19.45pm

UEFA Nations League matches return with the City-centric focus on Thursday trained on the group A4 clashes which see Kevin De Bruyne’s Belgium play host to Wales and Nathan Ake’s Netherlands travel to Poland which both get underway at 7.45pm.

England’s Under-21s – with six City players featuring in Lee Carsley’s squad - are also in action as the Young Lions travel to tackle Italy’s Under-21s in another 7.45pm start.

FRIDAY

Gareth Taylor press conference | 15:30pm

Germany v Hungary | Nations League | 19.45pm


Italy v England | Nations League | 19.45pm


Brazil v Ghana | International friendly | 19.30pm

Algeria v Guinea | International friendly | 20.00pm

Manager Gareth Taylor will speak to journalists ahead of City's second Barclays Women's Super League game of the new campaign when we travel to Chelsea on Sunday.

Again, we will carry updates on our @ManCityWomen twitter account as well as providing a full written round-up and video on mancity.com and our official app to follow shortly after the press conference wraps up.

The focus then switches to international football once again with England – featuring four City players in the squad - travelling to play Italy in the Three Lions’ latest UEFA Nations League assignment in Milan, Kick-off is slated for 7.45pm.

Channel 4 will screen the group A3 clash live.

Ilkay Gundogan’s Germany also play their latest Nations League game and are away to Group A3 leaders Hungary.

There is also friendly internationals featuring Ederson's Brazil who take on Ghana which gets underway at 7.30pm and Riyad Mahrez's Algeria who take on Guinea, kick-off 8pm.

Saturday

Northern Ireland v Kosovo | Nations League | 17.00pm

Slovenia v Norway | Nations League | 17.00pm

C Rep v Portugal | Nations League I 19.45pm


Spain v Switzerland | Nations League | 19.45pm


Argentina v Honduras | International friendly | 01.00am

The Nations League matches continue thick and fast with a slew of fixtures on the calendar

Erling Haaland will be looking to be in amongst the goals again as Norway travel to Slovenia in a 5pm kick-off, while Shea Charles’ Northern Ireland play host to Kosovo in another 5pm game.

Bernardo Silva, Ruben Dias and Joao Cancelo will be looking to help Portugal overcome the Czech Republic in a Group A2 encounter.

Meanwhile, Rodrigo’s Spain play host to Manuel Akanji’s Switzerland in another 7.45pm kick-off.

There is also a friendly international which sees Julian Alvarez’s Argentina play Honduras in the early hours of Sunday.

SUNDAY

Aston Villa v City | Barclays WSL | 16:00pm

Netherlands v Belgium | Nations League | 19.45pm

Following last weekend’s league opener at Aston Villa, City continue our Barclays WSL campaign as we travel to play reigning champions Chelsea.

Kick-off at Kingsmeadow is at 4pm and we'll have build-up content throughout the week and on Sunday, we will have comprehensive coverage on our Matchday Centre.

That gets under way from 2.30pm, providing minute-by-minute analysis, statistics and text commentary, as well as the best of the action on Twitter: @ManCityWomen.

That will be followed by a match report, post-match reaction with highlights and a full-match replay also available on mancity.com and our official app.

The match is also being televised live on SkySports.

Later in the evening the City focus again switches to the UEFA Nations League matches too as Belgium travel to Netherlands in an eagerly-anticipated 7.45pm Group A4 clash.

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