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City without Zabaleta for Saints clash

City will be without Pablo Zabaleta for the Premier League match with Southampton on Sunday.

With Bacary Sagna sidelined with a hamstring injury, that leaves boss Pep Guardiola with a selection headache ahead of the match.

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De Bruyne: We'll do things our way

KEVIN DE BRUYNE: Celebrates with Nolito

Kevin De Bruyne believes – with some justification – that t some of he media reaction to City’s 4-0 defeat against Barcelona was a tad over the top.

Our daily round-up of City-centric news and views.

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Talking Points: In Pep we trust...

EASY DOES IT: Pep Guardiola calls for calm

Plenty to go at with some sensationalistic headlines debunked and a warrior saluted...

Club Journalist @dclaytion_mcfc takes a look at five talking points from the Barca game and ahead to Southampton's visit...

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Where to watch: City v Southampton

LEVELLER: Nolito celebrates with Raheem Sterling

City take on Southampton in the Premier League on Sunday, seeking a return to winning ways. Here are the TV channels you'll need to tune into, to watch from around the world.

Find out which TV to watch City v Southampton in your country.

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ESPN: ter Stegen backing Bravo

CLAUDIO BRAVO: Debutant in the last minute of the match

It’s never easy reading the morning papers or online reaction following a defeat, but trawl through we must.

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Nolito: Barca defeat must draw us closer

NO HOLDING BACK: Nolito and Lionel Messi

City forward Nolito belives City must use the Barcelona defeat to become stronger as a group.

Lionel Messi (three) and Neymar scored in a 4-0 win for the hosts, while City also had Claudio Bravo sent off for a handball outside the box.

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Guardiola: Sending off ended contest

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Sterling: Barca's MSN strike force were ruthless

OPENER: Leo Messi puts Barca ahead

Winger Raheem Sterling admitted City paid the price for giving Barcelona's famous MSN strikeforce too many opportunities in the 4-0 Champions League defeat at the Nou Camp.

Lionel Messi scored a hat-trick and Neymar added a late fourth against 10-man City, who had goalkeeper Claudio Bravo sent off for handling outside the box. The third element of MSN - Luis Suarez - did not score but was his usual lively presence up front.

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