WHEN AND WHERE
Premier League leaders City host second-placed Liverpool at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday 25 November, with kick-off scheduled for 12:30 (UK).
The game will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Ultra HD. You can also keep across all of the action via the official app, as well as the key moments on Twitter: @ManCity.
Supporters living around the world can find out how they can tune in via our global listings, courtesy of livesoccertv.com - or at the foot of this page.
MAN CITY APP COVERAGE
Our official app allows you to follow all of the action from one device.
Minute-by-minute text updates will begin in our Matchday Centre two hours before kick-off, while our Matchday Live show will begin at 11:30 (UK).
We will have studio guests David James, Big Steve and Charlie Adam on the latest Matchday Live show, offering their expert insight before, during and after the action.
They will also answer viewer questions throughout the broadcast, with audience participation actively encouraged on Matchday Live.
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During the game you can also listen to live audio commentary from Alistair Mann while our text commentary continues.
Make sure to have push notifications turned on as well, so you can be alerted to key moments in the action, including goals, red cards and the team news.
Short highlights from the match will be available from 17:15 (UK), as well as extended highlights and a full-match replay* [*available on CITY+] can be accessed from midnight.
PEP GUARDIOLA PREVIEW
The boss revealed in Friday's press conference that Erling Haaland had trained with the team ahead of Liverpool's visit to the Etihad Stadium.
Haaland was ruled out of Norway's Euro 2024 qualifying clash with Scotland on Sunday after picking up a knock against Faroe Islands during the international break, but Guardiola is hopeful he'll be fit for the weekend.
"He trained yesterday with some niggles.," Guardiola told the media.
"Yeah. Today we are in the last training, hopefully he can play a part."
The boss admitted that, with the likes of Ederson, Matheus Nunes and Nathan Ake also picking up knocks on international duty, he would have to make an assessment on his squad selection on Friday evening.
However, Guardiola pointed out that these sorts of dilemmas will be felt across the Premier League and are part and parcel of players returning to domestic action.
He said: "We have a few problems like many clubs. We will see in our training session today.
"We will see. At 6pm I will know for sure who is available."
We last hosted Liverpool on 1 April earlier this year.
The Blues are unbeaten in seven home Premier League fixtures against Liverpool, winning four and drawing three.
Last time out
Prior to the international break, City shared a thrilling 4-4 draw with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
In a see-saw match, Erling Haaland put the Blues ahead from the penalty spot before Thiago Silva and Raheem Sterling hit back to give the hosts a 2-1 lead.
Manuel Akanji levelled just before the break, and Haaland restored City's lead shortly after the start of the second period.
Nicolas Jackson again levelled for Chelsea before Rodrigo looked to have bagged a deflected winner on 86 minutes.
However, Cole Palmer equalised from the spot five minutes into added time to ensure the hosts had a share of the spoils.
Referee: Chris Kavanagh
Assistants: Simon Bennett, Dan Robathan
Fourth official: Thomas Bramall
VAR: Stuart Attwell
Assistant VAR: Tim Wood