When and where
The match kicks-off at 20:00 (UK) on Saturday 11 July at Brighton’s AMEX Stadium,
In the UK, the game will be broadcast on Sky Sports and you can also keep up to date with all the action on ManCity.com's Matchday Centre or via our official Twitter: @ManCity.
Get in touch using the hashtag #WNRH.
Fans living outside of the UK should check out our global TV listings to find out how they can tune in wherever they are in the world.
We’ll know after Guardiola’s pre-match press conference, which takes place at 13:30 (UK) on Friday 10 July and we’ll bring you the latest news as it happens.
Long-term absentee Jose Izquierdo remains out whilst he recovers from knee surgery, but that aside, Albion have a fully fit squad to choose from.
“We are still second in the Premier League, scoring a lot of goals. I don’t know how many times we have scored five goals - a lot!
“That’s the way we want to play, for our people, respecting the game of football. That’s it."
Referee: Graham Scott.
Assistants: Eddie Smart, Derek Eaton.
Fourth official: James Linington.
Replacement official: Paul Kelly.
VAR: Peter Bankes.
Assistant VAR: Stephen Child.
City cruised to a 4-0 win at the Etihad Stadium back in August.
NOW TV offer
The Premier League, Sky Sports and NOW TV have also agreed to offer 2x NOW TV 'Day Pass' vouchers for free to every Premier League Seasoncard holder and Hospitality Seasonal member.
We’re Not Really Here
Shaun Wright-Phillips and Paul Dickov are the guests for our live matchday show.
Dickov will be in the studio at the Etihad along with presenters Cel Spellman and Kyle Walker, whilst Wright-Phillips will join via video link.
The pre-match show begins at 19:00 (UK), with the team returning at half-time for a brief summary of the opening 45 minutes, whilst five minutes after full-time they will be dissecting all the match action in our 30-minute post-match show.
We’re Not Really Here is available to watch on all of our official digital platforms and you can get involved sharing your thoughts and photos of your home setup using #WNRH on Twitter.
Premier League rule changes
Whilst football is back, it is different from what we are used to.
The absence of fans is the most significant change, but a host of other measures have been implemented to protect players and staff, all of which will affect the matchday experience.