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Where and when our international stars are playing

179 AND COUNTING: City's record-breaking forward celebrates his penalty strike with Leroy Sané.

179 AND COUNTING: City's record-breaking forward celebrates his penalty strike with Leroy Sané.

Manchester City’s 3-1 win over Arsenal last weekend opened up an eight-point gap at the top of the Premier League and extended our winning run to 17 matches - but now it’s time for the November international break.

Here’s a guide to where and when our international Blues are playing over the next week.

England: Kyle Walker and John Stones

Fri Nov 10: England v Germany, Wembley. KO 8pm.

Tue Nov 14: England v Brazil, Wembley. KO 8pm.

Brazil: Ederson, Gabriel Jesus, Danilo and Fernandinho

Fri Nov 10: Japan v Brazil, Lille. KO 12pm.

Tue Nov 14: England v Brazil, Wembley. KO 8pm

Germany: Ilkay Gundogan and Leroy Sane

Fri Nov 10: England v Germany, Wembley. KO 8pm.

Tue Nov 14: Germany v France, Cologne. KO 7.45pm.

Belgium: Kevin De Bruyne

Fri Nov 10: Belgium v Mexico, Brussels. KO. 7.45pm

Tue Nov 14: Belgium v Japan, Brugge. KO 7.45pm.

Portugal: Bernardo Silva

Fri Nov 10: Portugal v Saudi Arabia, Viseu. KO 8.45pm.

Tue Nov 14: Portugal v USA, Leiria. KO 8.45pm.

Spain: David Silva

Sat Nov 11: Spain v Costa Rica, Malaga. KO 8.30pm.

Tue Nov 14: Russia v Spain, St Petersburg. KO 8.45pm. 

Argentina: Sergio Aguero and Nicolas Otamendi

Sat Nov 11: Russia v Argentina, Moscow. KO 1pm

Tue Nov 14: Argentina v Nigeria, Krasnodar. KO 4.30pm.

 

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