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Monday marker: Your guide to City's week ahead

All the dates, times, kick-offs, venues and TV information you need to follow Manchester City in the week ahead.

Monday

Crystal Palace v City | 20:00 (UK)

City make our first Monday night appearance of the 2021/22 campaign as we resume Premier League action with a crucial trip to Crystal Palace.

Kick-off is at 20:00 (UK) and the pre-match build up will begin on mancity.com and the official app from two hours before.

Our Matchday Centre gets under way at 18:00, providing live updates of all the pre-match build-up, as well as minute by minute match action and post-match reaction.

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Meanwhile, our Matchday Live show, with guests Shaun Goater and Andy Morrison, gets underway an hour before kick-off and will provide the usual mix of City-centric analysis and entertainment.

During the game you can listen to live commentary from Alistair Mann and Michael Brown and, after the full-time whistle, a match report and all the reaction from Pep Guardiola and a player will be available for you to read and watch.

You can also enjoy match highlights from midnight after the game, when a full-match replay will also be available for CITY+ subscribers.

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TUESDAY

City v Reading Women press conference | Time TBC

City manager Gareth Taylor will address the media on Tuesday afternoon ahead of our latest FA Women’s Super League clash at home to Reading.

Live updates will also be available on Twitter: @ManCity and, once the press conference concludes, written and video accounts will be ready on the website and app, as the manager shares his thoughts on the opposition and provides the latest news from the City camp.

WEDNESDAY

City v Reading Women | 19:00 (UK)

City continue our FA Women’s Super League campaign as we return to the Academy Stadium with another hugely important clash at home to Reading.

Kick-off is at 19:00 (UK) and you can follow live updates on our dedicated matchday Twitter account: @ManCityWomen.

A match report along with reaction from manager Gareth Taylor and a player will be available on mancity.com and the official app shortly after the game ends, with highlights and a full-match replay to be published at midday on Thursday.

Friday

UEFA Champions League quarter-final draw | 11am (UK)

Southampton v City press conference | 13:30 (UK)

City v Everton Women press conference | Time TBC

A jam-packed Friday gets underway in Nyon, Switzerland with the eagerly-awaited draw for both the last eight and semi-finals of the Champions League taking place.

City will discover our quarter-final opponents – and potential semi-final candidates should we make it through to the last four.

We’ll carry the news as it happens both on our Twitter account @mancity as well as on our official app and website.

In addition, we will also carry reaction and bring you confirmation of the all-important fixture dates for the quarter-final ties once they are confirmed.

At 1.30pm, Pep Guardiola will then face the media ahead of Sunday’s FA Cup sixth round trip to Southampton.

As always, you can watch the press conference live on mancity.com and our official app and also follow live text updates on Twitter: @ManCity.

Written and video accounts will be available shortly after the manager's media duties have concluded.

It’s then Gareth Taylor's turn to speak to the media ahead of Sunday’s Women's FA Cup quarter-final clash at home to Everton.

The start time will be confirmed later in the week and you will be able to follow the manager’s press conference live on Twitter: @ManCity.

Once the press conference concludes, you will be able to watch it in full and read the manager's quotes on mancity.com and our official app.

SATURDAY

Nottingham Forest v Under-18s | 12:30 (UK)

Our Under-18s are back in Under-18 Premier League North action with an important away clash at Nottingham Forest.

Ben Wilkinson’s side are currently riding high at the top of the table and will be seeking what would be a ninth straight league win in the East Midlands

You can follow live updates on Twitter: @ManCityAcademy, with a more detailed match report available on mancity.com and the official app shortly after the full-time whistle.

SUNDAY

City v Everton Women | 12:30 (UK)

Southampton v City | 3pm (UK)

EDS v Liverpool | 6.30pm

It’s a real Super Sunday for City with three of our sides all involved in hugely significant fixtures.

First up, the focus is on our women’s first team who play host to Everton at the Academy Stadium in an eagerly-awaited Women’s FA Cup quarter-final.

In the UK, the game – which gets underway at 12.30pm - will be broadcast live on the FA Player portal, and you can also follow live updates on our dedicated matchday Twitter account: @ManCityWomen.

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A match report along with reaction from manager Gareth Taylor and a player will be available on mancity.com and the official app shortly after the game ends, with highlights and a full-match replay to be published at midday on Monday.

Then the focus switches to Pep Guardiola’s side as we resume our FA Cup campaign with a sixth-round assignment away at Southampton.

Kick-off at St Mary’s Stadium is at 15:00pm (UK) with the match also being screen lived in the UK on BBC 1.

The pre-match build up will begin on mancity.com and the official app from two hours before.

Our Matchday Centre gets under way at 13:00, providing live updates of the pre-match build-up, match action and post-match reaction.

Meanwhile, our Matchday Live show, with special guests starts an hour before kick-off and will provide the usual mix of City-centric analysis and entertainment.

During the game you can listen to live commentary from Alistair Mann and his co-commentator and, after the full-time whistle, a match report and all the reaction from Pep Guardiola and a player will be available for you to read and watch.

A full-match replay will also be available for CITY+ subscribers from midnight, with match highlights available to watch from midday on the Monday.

An action-packed day then concludes with another key PL2 assignment for our Elite Development Squad who play host to Liverpool in a high-profile game which is being staged at the Etihad Stadium.

Kick-off is at 18.30pm with Brian Barry-Murphy’s side looking to maintain our 10-point lead at the top of the table.

You can follow live updates on Twitter: @ManCityAcademy, with a more detailed match report available on mancity.com and the official app shortly after the full-time whistle.

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