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Manchester City prepare for a potential title winning match against the local rivals...

Manchester City train ahead of the big Manchester derby clash this Saturday evening as the Blues welcome the other side of town to the Etihad Stadium in which City could secure a Premier League title with a victory.

After a defeat to Liverpool on Wednesday, we'll want to right our wrong with a positive display in front of our home fans.

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Record number of broadcasters to attend derby

GLOBAL INTEREST: Saturday’s clash will see the Etihad Stadium host a record 28 Premier League broadcast partners, with crews attending from across the globe...

City's have rewritten the history books on so many occasions during this remarkable campaign... and the Blues are set to smash another record this weekend.

The match will be broadcast live in the UK on Sky Sports and the international broadcasters in attendance will include NBC Sports (USA), beIN Sports (Middle East and North Africa), DirecTV Latin America (South America exc. Brazil), ESPN Brasil and, attending their first Premier League match, RCTi (Indonesia). All the outlets are sending their own television crews and reporters.

Men's Team

Business as usual for Guardiola ahead of derby

PREVIEW: Pep Guardiola addresses the media ahead of the Manchester derby.

Pep Guardiola has refused to place any extra-significance on Saturday’s Manchester derby, even though victory would see City clinch the Premier League title.

The Catalan was keen to stress that he will be approaching it like any other game and is not entertaining any ideas of how his side might celebrate.

Men's Match Preview

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