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Monday marker: Your guide to City's week ahead

Monday marker: Your guide to City's week ahead
All the dates, times, kick-offs, venues and TV channel information you need for the second week of the Premier League restart.


Later today, we’ll be screening the second instalment of City Chat – our new weekly magazine programme that takes a more in-depth, analytical look at the Club.

Joining City TV and Five Live presenter Nicola McCarthy this week are Paul Hirst from the Times along with Blue Moon Podcast host David Mooney and Adam Carter from StatCity.

Amongst the topics up for discussion are a look ahead to Thursday’s big league clash with Liverpool, who the panel believe have been City's standout performers since our return from lockdown and the enduring brilliance of Kevin De Bruyne.

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You’ll be able to access the show from 6pm today on, the official Club app and our official YouTube channel.


Fresh from our FA Cup quarter-final triumph at Newcastle, the attention switches back to the Premier League and Thursday night’s eagerly awaited Etihad Stadium encounter with newly crowned champions Liverpool.

Manager Pep Guardiola is set to address the media, via video call, on Wednesday afternoon and we’ll bring you all latest news and views from the boss as they happen.

You can keep up to date on and on Twitter: @ManCity.

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City are back in Premier League action as welcome Liverpool to the Etihad for what promises to be an absorbing 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 Kyle Walker and Cel Spellman, with former City and England defender Joleon Lescott making a special guest appearance.

The pre-match show is set to begin at 7.00pm and will run for one hour in the build-up to kick-off, with the team returning five minutes after full time for a 30-minute wrap up of all the action.

We'll also be hearing live from City Director of Football Txiki Begiristain during the half-time break.

You can watch all of that across our official digital platforms.

Kick-off at the Etihad is at 8.15pm (BST). In the UK you can watch the game live in Sky Sports, 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!

We’ll have live updates in our enhanced Matchday Centre here on, as well as on Twitter: @ManCity.

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With just a three-day break between games, our attentions will immediately turn to Sunday’s trip to the south coast to face Southampton.

Pep Guardiola will again be sitting down to face the media ahead of our latest Premier League assignment via video call on Friday afternoon, when we’ll bring you his thoughts and the latest injury news as it arrives.

You can keep up to date on and on Twitter: @ManCity.


Another busy week concludes with our latest Premier League away trip, to take on Ralph Hasenhuttl’s Southampton.

Kick-off at St Mary’s Stadium is at 7.00pm (BST) and in the UK, the game will broadcast live on BBC One.

We’re Not Really Here is again the show to watch beforehand. Though our presenters and guests are yet to be confirmed, the hour-long show 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 St Mary’s Stadium.

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