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Your guide to Man City's week ahead

CITY: Your guide to the next seven days

CITY: Your guide to the next seven days

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


All eyes will be on Wembley tonight where City will tackle Tottenham Hotspur seeking to regain top spot in the Premier League.

The Blues have already tasted success at Wembley three times during 2018 but will face a stern test in the shape of Mauricio Pochettino’s side.

Kick-off is at 8pm and, here in the UK, the game will be televised live on Sky Sports.

There will also be comprehensive coverage via our live Matchday Centre here on mancity.com as well as on our Twitter account @ManCity.

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We’ll have the reaction and analysis following the clash with Tottenham

It’s also an important night for EDS side who travel to Tranmere Rovers in their final Chackatrade Trophy group clash with Paul Harsley’s youngsters in with an excellent chance of reaching the knockout stages.

Kick-off at Prenton Park is 7pm and we’ll provide live updates on our @ManCityAcademy Twitter page as well as providing a match report and reaction.


Halloween will see the build-up begin in earnest ahead of our Carabao Cup fourth round encounter at home to Fulham.

We’ll have all the latest as Pep Guardiola’s side prepare to welcome Slavisa Jokanovic’s men to the Etihad for the second time this season, following our 3-0 Premier League victory against the Cottagers earlier in the campaign.


City are back in action for the second time in 72 hours as we go into November.

Kick-off against Fulham at the Etihad is 7.45pm and one way or another the game will be settled on the night, with a penalty shoot-out looming in the event of a draw.

The match is not being covered on live TV so if you can’t be there in person, the best way to follow all the action is via our Matchday Centre and on our @ManCity Twitter page.


 Friday’s focus switches back to the Premier League and Sunday’s visit of Southampton to the Etihad.

City manager Pep Guardiola will be holding his weekly pre-match press briefing at 1.30pm and we’ll carry instant reaction and team news from the boss here at mancity.com as well as on our Twitter and Facebook pages.


The build-up continues ahead of Sunday’s return to Premier League with the Blues fine-tuning their preparations ahead of welcoming Mark Hughes’ Southampton to the Etihad.

We’ll also have all the latest ahead of City’s latest FA Women’s Super League clash at Liverpool.

And our EDS side are in action at the Academy Stadium as we resume our Premier League 2 campaign at home to Blackburn. Kick-off is 12pm. Once again we’ll have live coverage on our @ManCityAcademy Twitter page as well as a match report and reaction on mancity.com


A hectic week is rounded off with a vital league double header for our men’s and women’s teams.

First up City’s women travel to Merseyside aiming to maintain their impressive recent run in the FA Women’s Super League.

Kick-off at Prenton Park is at 2pm. There will be live updates on our @ManCityWomen Twitter as well as comprehensive coverage on mancity.com

City’s Etihad clash with Southampton then gets underway at 3pm. The game is not being covered live on TV but you follow all the action via our Matchday Centre as well as on our @ManCity Twitter page.

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