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

Tuesday

Pep Guardiola will face the press at 13:30 (UK) to discuss our rearranged Premier League home fixture to Arsenal. 

That will be streamed live on ManCity.com and our YouTube channel, and there will be live tweets going out via our Twitter account @ManCity

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Tuesday’s focus then switches to our high-flying Under 18s who could lift their first piece of silverware this season when we play host to Stoke City in the U18 Premier League Cup final, seeking to retain the trophy we lifted last year.

Kick off at the Academy Stadium is 7.45pm with the game being streamed live on our City+ channel. 

We will also carry live updates on Twitter: @ManCityAcademy with a full report and reaction to follow on mancity.com.

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Wednesday

City play host to Arsenal at the Etihad in our rearranged Premier League fixture. 

Kick-off is at 19:30 (UK) with the game being televised live on Sky Sports. We’ll have live updates on ManCity.com via our Matchday Centre, as well as on our Twitter account @ManCity. There will also be a report and all the post-match reaction here on ManCity.com.

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The full 90-minute replay will be available on City+ from Thursday. 

Friday

City boss Pep Guardiola will address the press once again at 13:30 (UK time) to preview our latest Premier League home fixture to Burnley. 

That will be streamed live on ManCity.com and our YouTube channel, and there will be live tweets going out via our Twitter account @ManCity.

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Saturday

It’s a double match day with our high-flying Under 18s first up in action as Gareth Taylor’s table-topping youngsters travel to Wolves for our latest Under 18 Premier League North fixture.

Kick-off at the Sir Jack Hayward Training Ground is 12pm and we’ll carry live updates on Twitter: @ManCityAcademy with a full report to follow on mancity.com.

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The focus then switches to City’s first team as we play host to Burnley in another important Premier League clash. Kick off at the Etihad is 3pm.

Again, we’ll have live updates on ManCity.com via our Matchday Centre, as well as on our Twitter account @ManCity. There will also be a report and all the post-match reaction here on ManCity.com.

The full 90-minute replay will be available on City+ from Sunday.

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Sunday

A busy week is rounded off by a return to action for our women’s team.

Back in action after the international break, Alan Mahon’s squad travel to Leicester City for an eagerly awaited FA Women’s Cup quarter-final clash.

Kick-off at the Farley Way Stadium is at 2pm and we’ll have live updates on our Twitter account @ManCityWomen as well as carrying a report and post-match reaction here on www.mancity.com.