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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


Rotherham v EDS | 19:00 (UK)

Brian Barry-Murphy’s side travel to South Yorkshire for an important final group stage game in the EFL Trophy.

City will be hoping to claim all three points against the League One outfit to give ourselves the best chance of qualifying for the knockout stage and you can watch all the action live on CITY+.

If you can tune in, you can follow live updates on Twitter: @ManCityAcademy, whilst a match report and post-match reaction will be available on and the Official Man City App shortly after the full-time whistle.


West Ham United v City | 19:45 (UK)

The first team resume our defence of the Carabao Cup as we face West Ham at the London Stadium in the fourth round of the competition we have won in each of the last four seasons.

Our pre-match build-up begins in our Matchday Centre two hours before kick-off, where you can find minute by minute updates throughout evening, whilst our Matchday Live show will get under way at 18:45, providing the usual mix of City focused entertainment and analysis.

A match report and reaction from Pep Guardiola and players will be available on at the end of the 90 minutes.

You can watch a full-match replay on CITY+ from midnight after the game, whilst highlights will be free to watch on the official website and app from 1am on Thursday.

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Pep Guardiola press conference | 13:30 (UK)

Gareth Taylor press conference | Time TBC

Brighton and Hove Albion v EDS | 19:00 (UK)

Guardiola will address the media ahead of Saturday’s game against Crystal Palace, with his press conference getting under way at around 13:30 and you can watch it live on and the Official App.

A written review will be available as soon the media briefing finishes, including the Catalan’s thoughts on the opposition and the latest injury news.

Gareth Taylor will also be speaking to journalists on Friday afternoon, as he previews our Women’s FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea on Sunday.

You can follow the briefing on Twitter: @ManCity, with written and video accounts ready for you to digest on the official website and app once the press conference has concluded.

The EDS are back in action on Friday evening as they make the long journey to the South Coast to face Brighton and Hove Albion in the Premier League 2.

You can watch the game live on CITY+, with text updates available on Twitter: @ManCityAcademy and a match report will be published on and the Official App after the action draws to a close.

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City v Crystal Palace | 15:00 (UK)

Newcastle United v Under-18s | 11:00 (UK).

A double game day sees our first team and Under-18 side both in league action.

Ben Wilkinson’s Academy outfit face Newcastle United at 11:00. You can keep up to date with that game on Twitter: @ManCityAcademy and read a match report on the official website and app shortly after the game concludes.

Attentions then turn to the Etihad Stadium, where Guardiola’s men host Crystal Palace as Patrick Vieira returns to face his former club.

You can follow live updates in our Matchday Centre from two hours before the game gets under way, whilst our Matchday Live show begins at 14:00 and is the perfect accompaniment for your match viewing.

As always, a match report and reaction from the manager and players will be available on the website and app after the game.

You can watch highlights for free from 19:00 and a full-match replay on CITY+ from midnight.

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City v Chelsea Women 12:45 (UK)

It’s a big day for our women’s first team, who face Chelsea in a blockbuster Women’s FA Cup semi-final tie at the Academy Stadium.

The action gets under way at 12:45 and, in the UK, you can watch it live on BBC One. You can also follow the action with minute by minute text updates in our Matchday Centre and on our dedicated matchday Twitter account: @ManCityWomen.

Once the game has ended, we’ll bring you a report, post-match reaction and highlights on and the Man City App.

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