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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.


Derby v City | Premier League 2 | 19:00 (Live on CITY+)

A busy week begins with a tricky Premier League 2 tie for Manchester City’s Elite Development Squad.

Brian Barry-Murphy’s youngsters travel down to Derby aiming to maintain top spot in PL2 with a fifth successive victory.


The match is available to watch live on CITY+ with the livestream getting under way at 18:50 (UK), ten minutes prior to kick-off.

A detailed match report can be accessed soon after the final whistle on and the official Man City app, while the key moments of the action can also be followed over on Twitter: @ManCityAcademy.


City v Brentford | Pep Guardiola Press Conference | 13:30

Pep Guardiola will address the media on Tuesday 8 February ahead of City’s return to Premier League action against Brentford.

The City boss’ press conference will begin at around 13:30, and you can follow it live on and the official Man City app.

Should you be unable to tune in, then rest assured that a comprehensive written review – including the latest squad updates – plus a video replay can be accessed soon after its conclusion.

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City v Brentford | Premier League | 19:45

Guardiola’s men welcome Brentford to the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday evening, with kick-off scheduled for 19:45.

The match is available to watch live in the UK on BT Sport 2, while you can also find the Global TV Listings by clicking here.

Our Matchday Centre, which offers minute-by-minute text updates of all the action, gets under way at 17:45 while Alistair Mann and Andy Morrison will provide live commentary over on the Man City app.


Former City duo Trevor Sinclair and Darius Vassell will offer their expert analysis as part of our Matchday Live coverage, which starts one hour prior to kick-off, while you can also follow the best of the action over on Twitter: @ManCity.

Keep across and the official Man City app for a detailed match report, post-match reaction from Pep Guardiola and players alike, as well as a comprehensive highlights package across the evening.

CITY+ subscribers will also be able to access a full 90 minutes replay of all the action from midnight.


Norwich v City | Pep Guardiola press conference | 13:30
City v Manchester United Women | Gareth Taylor press conference

Both Pep Guardiola and Gareth Taylor will host press conferences ahead of their respective league matches over the weekend.

Guardiola will provide the latest team and news and answer questions from the press from 13:30, with viewers able to tune in on and the official Man City app.

Gareth Taylor will also address the media on Friday afternoon ahead of a crucial Manchester Derby in the FA Women’s Super League.

Keep across and the Man City app to discover the latest team news ahead of each match.


Norwich v City | Premier League | 17:30
Fulham v City | Premier League Under-18 Cup | 12:00

An exciting weekend begins with a double-header on Saturday.

First up, Ben Wilkinson’s youngsters lock horns with Fulham for a spot in the Premier League U18 Cup semi-finals.

Kick-off is scheduled for 12:00 (UK), with the key moments of the action available to follow on Twitter: @ManCityAcademy.

A detailed match report will also be made available soon after the game's conclusion on and the official Man City app.


Later on, Pep Guardiola’s men travel to East Anglia to face Norwich City in the Premier League.

The match is available to watch in the UK on Sky Sports Main Event, while our Matchday Centre will provide minute-by-minute updates from 15:30.

Andy Morrison and Shaun Goater are in the Matchday Live studio, while Alistair Mann and Michael Brown will describe the action with live commentary over on the Man City app from kick-off.

As always, a comprehensive match report, post-match reaction and highlights can be enjoyed across the evening on and the app, while a full 90-minute replay will be made available from midnight on CITY+.


City v Manchester United | FA Women’s Super League | 12:30

The week concludes with a Manchester Derby at the Academy Stadium.

Gareth Taylor’s side will hope to close the gap on the WSL’s Champions League places with victory over United as we aim to put a slender 1-0 defeat to Chelsea behind us.


Our Matchday Centre kicks-off with minute-by-minute updates from 11:15, while those living in the UK can tune in to the action over on BBC Two.

At full time, a match report plus post-match reaction will be made available on and the official Man City app, while you can also follow the key moments over on Twitter: @ManCityWomen.

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