The first team is focus is trained both on Europe and the Premier League as we kick off another busy week for the Club.
First up, all eyes will be on the UEFA Champions League last 16 draw which takes place in Nyon Switzerland at 11am (GMT).
UEFA will be streaming the draw live on their website and if you’re living in the UK, you can watch it live on BT Sport 2. We will carry live news and reaction as it happens both on our Twitter feed @ManCity and here on mancity.com
Pep Guardiola will then address the media via a virtual news conference at 1.30pm to look ahead to our latest Premier League game at home to West Brom.
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It’s a twin matchday with both our Under-18s and first team in action.
First up, Carlos Vicens’ Under-18s resume our Premier League Under-18 North campaign at home to Derby County Under-18s.
Then the focus switches to the Premier League with City playing host to West Brom at the Etihad with kick-off slated for 8pm.
In the UK, the game will be broadcast live on Amazon Prime and, as always, you can enjoy the perfect City-centric analysis by tuning into our We’re Not Really Here matchday show.
We’ll have special guests on hand to provide their thoughts and analysis across all our digital channels from one hour before kick-off.
The midweek spotlight is trained on our women as City play the deciding leg of our UEFA Women’s Champions League Round of 32 tie against Goteborg FC at the Academy Stadium.
Gareth Taylor’s side secured a superb 2-1 win away in Sweden in last week’s first leg and will be looking to maintain our excellent form.
Kick-off is at 3pm and CITY+ subscribers will be able to watch the the match live on our digital channels.
The first team focus switches back to the Premier League as the build-up continues ahead of Saturday’s latest domestic assignment away to Southampton.
Manager Pep Guardiola will speak to the media ahead of the game with the boss’ press conference due to start at 13:30pm (UK).
City hit the road once more as we make the trip down to the South coast to take on Southampton in what should be an intriguing Premier League encounter.
Kick-off at the St Mary’s Stadium is 3pm and in the UK, the game will be broadcast live on Amazon Prime. As always, you can enjoy City-centric analysis by tuning into our We’re Not Really Here matchday show.
We’ll have special guests on hand to provide their thoughts and analysis across all our digital channels from 2pm as well as returning to hear from them both at half-time and full time.
Another action-packed week is rounded off with another important FA Women’s Super League assignment for City.
Gareth Taylor’s squad travel to take on Birmingham City with kick-off at Damson Park slated for 2pm.
The game will be screened live on the FA Women’s Player via the FA website and we will also be providing live updates on our Twitter account: @ManCityWomen and will also be carrying a report and all the post-match reaction on mancity.com