The pre-match press conference will begin around 12:30 (UK) and we will bring you their thoughts as well as any injury news as soon as it is complete.
Our Under-18s then take centre stage later on Monday, as we seek to lift the 2019/20 FA Youth Cup.
Carlos Vicens’ team face Chelsea in the final at St George’s Park (kick-off, 19:30 UK) and you can watch all the action on BT Sport.
City take on Olympiakos at the Etihad, as we seek to make it three Champions League group wins on the bounce with the action getting under way at 20:00 (UK).
In the UK, the game will be broadcast live on BT Sport. 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 We’re Not Really Here matchday show on all our digital channels.
Shaun Wright-Phillips and Michael Brown are the guests on Tuesday night and will be live 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 via our Twitter account.
Fresh from lifting the Women’s FA Cup final, Manchester City continue our Continental Cup campaign with a trip up the M62 where we will tackle Liverpool.
The first team focus switches back to the Premier League as the build-up continues ahead of Sunday’s mouth-watering home clash with Liverpool.
Pep Guardiola will speak to the media ahead of the game with the boss’ press conference due to start at 13:30 (UK).
It’s a triple matchday with our women’s, EDS and Under-18s teams all in action.
Enzo Maresca’s EDS outfit resume Premier League 2 action with a trip to Southampton with the action getting underway at 12 noon.
It’s also a 12pm kick-off for our Under-18s who resume our Under-18 Premier League North campaign away at Leeds United.
Then the focus switches to Gareth Taylor’s squad as City resume our FA Women’s Super League campaign at home to Bristol City.
Another busy week is rounded off in style as City take on Liverpool at the Etihad for what will be one of the most eagerly-anticipated matches of the season, with kick-off slated for 4.30pm (UK).
In the UK, the game will be broadcast live on Sky Sports and, as always, you can enjoy City-centric analysis by tuning into our We’re Not Really Here matchday show.
Our panel of special guests for the visit of Jurgen Klopp’s side are yet to be confirmed but you will be able to hear their thoughts across all our digital channels from one hour before kick-off.