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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 Manchester City’s week ahead.

Monday

First-team training LIVE

Watch Pep Guardiola put his side through their paces ahead of our trip to Belgium to face Club Brugge. 

That gets under way at 11:00, with live coverage on the official Man City app mancity.com.

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Pep Guardiola/Kevin De Bruyne press conference | 13:15 (UK)

The City boss and Kevin De Bruyne preview our Champions League clash with Club Brugge.

Pep will provide all the latest teams news and views from 13.15 and you will be able to watch  the press conference live, as it happens, on the Man City App and mancity.com.

You can also keep across the press conference on our Twitter account @ManCity.

If you can’t watch it live, we will have  a written review and video recap soon after the press conference has concluded which you will be able to view on our App and website.

Tuesday

Club Brugge v City (UEFA Youth League) | 12:30 (UK)

Club Brugge v City (Champions League) | 17:45 (UK)

A European double-header for City fans…

First, Brian Barry-Murphy’s EDS side take on Club Brugge in the third group match.

City have so far beaten RB Leipzig and held PSG to top Group A on goal difference from Brugge who also have four points from two games.

Kick-off is early at 12:30 (UK), with the game streamed live on BT Sport.

A report on proceedings will be  available to view soon after the full-time whistle on our App and website, with edited highlights later in the day.

We will also carry updates on our Twitter account @ManCityAcademy

Our senior side then take on Club Brugge later that afternoon, with a 17:45 kick-off with the game broadcast live on BT Sport.

Build-up gets underway on Matchday Live from 16.30, while you can also follow minute-by-minute coverage via our Matchday Centre. Richard Dunne and Andy Morrison are our guests for this one. 

Keep across our official app and website to follow the action as it unfolds, as well as a comprehensive match report and reaction from Pep Guardiola and at least one of our players following the full-time whistle.

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There will also be brief highlights to follow and a full match replay from midnight, ensuring you don’t miss a thing.

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Friday

Pep Guardiola press conference | 13:30 (UK)

Pep will provide all the latest teams news and injury updates ahead of our trip to Brighton & Hove Albion from 13.30 and, as always, you will be able to watch  the press conference live, as it happens, on the Man City App and mancity.com.

You can also keep across the press conference on our Twitter account @ManCity.

A written review and video recap soon after the press conference has concluded which you will be able to view on our App and website.

Saturday

City v Tottenham (Premier League 2) | 15:00 (UK)

Brighton v City (Premier League) | 17:45 (UK)

Table-topping City will look to extend their lead at the top of Premier League 2 as Barry-Murphy’s side take on Spurs at the Academy Stadium.

Our EDS side are four points clear of Arsenal at the top, winning six and drawing two of the eight games played so far.

Spurs have won three of their opening seven games, drawing and losing twice.

Kick-off at the Academy Stadium is at 15:00 and you can follow the key events by keeping across our dedicated matchday twitter: @ManCityAcademy, as well as via a match report on our official app and mancity.com.

Shortly after the completion of the EDS game, City’s senior team take on Brighton at the Amex Stadium with a 17:30 kick-off.

The game will be shown live on Sky Sports and build-up gets underway on mancity.com and the app with Matchday Live from 16.30.

You can also follow minute-by-minute coverage of the game via our Matchday Centre which begins two hours ahead of kick-off.

Keep across our official app and website to follow the action as it unfolds, and a comprehensive match report plus reaction from Pep Guardiola and players will follow after the full-time whistle.

There will also brief highlights to follow at 21:15, extended highlights at midnight and a full match replay on CITY+, also from midnight.


                        Monday Marker: Your guide to City's week ahead

Women's Internationals

The majority of our players are on international duty over the next week - below are the fixtures, dates and times of the games plus those involved.

ENGLAND  (Women's World Cup qualifiers: v N Ireland 23 Oct 5:15pm, Latvia 26 Oct 6:30pm)

The Lionesses take on Northern Ireland and Latvia and Ellen White needs just three goals to equal record goal-scorer Kelly Smith.

Alex Greenwood, Demi Stokes, Jill Scott, Georgia Stanway, Keira Walsh and Lauren Hemp are also on international duty.

AUSTRALIA (FRIENDLIES v Brazil 23 Oct 9:50am, 26 Oct 10:05am)

Alanna Kennedy could gain her100th cap for her country who take on Brazil in successive friendlies.

CANADA (FRIENDLY v New Zealand 23 Oct 8pm, 27 Oct 12:30am)

Janine Beckie is sure to feature for Canada in Olympic gold medal homecoming games against New Zealand.

OTHER CITY STARS IN ACTION...

SCOTLAND (WWCQ v Hungary 22 Oct, 7:35pm, FRIENDLY v Sweden 26 Oct 7:05pm)

Caroline Weir.

SWEDEN (WWCQ v Rep Ireland 21 Oct 8pm, FRIENDLY v Scotland 26 Oct 7:05pm)

Filippa Angeldahl.

JAMAICA (FRIENDLIES v Costa Rica 21 Oct 10pm, 24 Oct 10pm)

Khadija Shaw

ENGLAND U23s (FRIENDLY v Belgium 25 Oct 1:30pm)

Jess Park

ENGLAND U19s (U19s EURO Qs v Rep Ireland 20 Oct 7pm, v N Ireland 23 Oct 2pm, v Switzerland 26 1pm)

Ruby Mace and Khiara Keating

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