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Etihad Stadium to host City EDS v Wolves

Your chance to watch Attilio Lombardo’s team free of charge as they take on Wolves in the U21 Premier League.

City have made an encouraging start to the season, picking up six points from their tough opening five games which have included four away matches. This is only their second home match, the first of which being a 4-0 win over Middlesbrough.

City drew their last encounter away at Fenerbahce in the NextGen Series, making it four points from three games in the competition - a win against Wolves in this game will put them third in the league behind Wolves and Liverpool.

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As with that opening home game against Middlesbrough, the match will not be ticketed and fans are asked to enter from entrances P and Y on the west side of the stadium (Colin Bell Stand side) where Level One will be available to sit in.

The North car park will be open and free to park in but City Square will be closed.

Fans will not be able to purchase alcohol at the game but there will be refreshments on sale inside the stadium where doors will open at 6pm.

The match kicks off at 7pm.

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