The games continue to come thick and fast for Pep Guardiola’s side and our attentions are now focused on Wednesday night’s return to the Etihad where we face another important Premier League encounter with Newcastle United.
The manager is set to address the media, via video call, on Tuesday afternoon and we’ll bring you all the latest news and views from the boss as they happen.
It’s another midweek matchday with City back in Premier League action as we welcome Newcastle to the Etihad for what should be an entertaining clash.
Our live matchday show, We’re Not Really Here, will get you in the big match mood prior to kick-off and will be hosted by Cel Spellman and Kyle Walker (not that one!) with former City and England defender Joleon Lescott joining Cel and Kyle as their special guest.
The pre-match show begins at 5.00pm and will run for one hour in the build-up to kick-off, with the team returning both at half-time and straight after full time for a 30-minute wrap up of all the action. Watch all the action on our live Match Day Centre.
You can watch all of that across our official digital platforms.
Kick-off at the Etihad is at 6pm (BST). In the UK you can watch live in BT Sport, whilst fans living abroad should check out our global TV listings to find out how they can tune in from around the world.
If you’re unable to watch on TV, fear not!
It promises to be another busy day as the focus switches to both the UEFA Champions League and Saturday’s latest league assignment away at Brighton.
First up, we will have news of the UEFA Champions League quarter-final and semi-final draw which is taking place in Nyon, Switzerland.
Later on, Pep Guardiola will again be sitting down to face the media ahead of our trip to the Amex Stadium via video call on Friday afternoon, when we’ll bring you his thoughts and the latest injury news as it arrives.
Another busy week concludes with our latest Premier League away trip, to take on Graham Potter’s Brighton.
Kick-off at the Amex Stadium is at 8.00pm (BST) and in the UK, the game will broadcast live on Sky Sports.
Once again, We’re Not Really Here is the show to watch beforehand. Beginning at 7.00pm (BST), our presenters and guests are yet to be confirmed, but it promises to be the perfect mix of City chatter and good humour to get you in the mood for the big game.
If you’re unable to watch the action live, then stay tuned into our digital channels.
As always, we’ll have live updates on our Matchday Centre and on Twitter to ensure you don’t miss a beat from the Amex Stadium.
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