Another busy week kicks off with the spotlight fixed firmly on Europe.
First up is the UEFA Women’s Champions League Round of 32 draw in Nyon, Switzerland where Gareth Taylor’s squad will find out who are opponents will be when next month’s showpiece tournament gets underway.
The focus then switches to our men’s team who jet out to Greece for the resumption of our Champions’ League Group C campaign away to Olympiakos.
Pep Guardiola and a member of the City first team squad will face the media via video call ahead of the game following their lunchtime arrival in Athens.
It’s Matchday Four in the Champions League as City tackle Olympiakos in Piraeus, as we seek to make it four group wins on the bounce and so qualify for the last 16.
The action gets under way at 17:55pm (UK). The game will be broadcast live on BT Sport while fans living elsewhere can check out our global TV listings to find out how they can tune in from their country.
Wherever you are in the world, you can watch our City-centric We’re Not Really Here matchday show on all our digital channels.
Kyle Walker (the presenter not the player!) and Natalie Paweleck will be co-presenting the show and joined by some special guests will be live on air from one hour before kick-off.
If you’re unable to watch on TV, then mancity.com is the place to be as we’ll have minute by minute updates in our Matchday Centre and you can also follow the action as it unfolds via our Twitter account.
The first team focus switches back to the Premier League as the build-up continues ahead of Saturday’s important home clash with Burnley.
Manager Pep Guardiola will speak to the media ahead of the game with Pep's press conference due to start at 13:30 (UK).
It’s a triple matchday with our first team, Elite Development Squad and Under-18s sides all in action.
First up, Enzo Maresca’s EDS side are back in Premier League 2 action with a tasty looking clash away at Liverpool.
Kick-off over on Merseyside is at 1pm and then an hour later our Under-18s resume their Premier League Under-18 North campaign at home to Sunderland.
Then the spotlight falls on our first team who are back in Premier League action at the Etihad as we play host to Burnley with kick-off set for 3pm.
In the UK, the game will be broadcast live on BT Sport and, 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 one hour before kick-off.