Pep Guardiola press conference 12:30
As our blockbuster encounter with Paris Saint Germain looms closer, Pep Guardiola will address the media ahead of what is a huge Champions League clash at the Etihad Stadium.
The boss' press conference will start at 12:30pm and you can follow it live on mancity.com and our official app.
A written review and video recap will be available shortly afterwards.
City v Paris Saint Germain - UEFA Champions League 20:00
City EDS v PSG U19- UEFA Youth League 15:00
Guardiola's men take on Paris Saint Germain in a mouth-watering contest at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday 24 November.
Kick-off is at 8pm, with the match televised live on BT Sport in the United Kingdom. You will also be able to follow all of the action as it unfolds in our live Matchday Centre, which also plays host to our live pre-match show and live radio commentary from Alistair Mann and Michael Brown.
The key bits of the action can also be followed on Twitter: @ManCity.
A match report, post-match reaction and full-match replay (via CITY+) will follow across the evening, with highlights available the following day.
Meanwhile, our Elite Development Squad will be taking on PSG's Under-19s at the Academy Stadium in the UEFA Youth League, with kick-off set for 3pm.
Sweden v Finland - Women's World Cup Qualifying 17:30
City's first involvement in the upcoming Women's international break comes on Thursday, when Filippa Angeldahl's Sweden take on Finland in Group A of European World Cup qualifying.
The midfielder has helped her home nation to three wins from three qualifying matches, and they'll be hoping to maintain top spot with another victory against the second-placed Finns.
Keep across our Twitter: @ManCityWomen, to see how Filippa gets on.
Pep Guardiola press conference 13:30
Scotland v Ukraine - Women's World Cup qualifying 19:35
It's a quick turnaround from our Champions League exploits, with Guardiola addressing the media on Friday afternoon ahead of Sunday's Premier League encounter with West Ham United.
The press conference starts at around 13:30 and you can follow it live on mancity.com and our official app.
A written review and video recap will be available shortly after.
Later on, Caroline Weir will be hoping to guide Scotland to a fourth successive World Cup qualifying win when they face Ukraine in Group B.
Weir and co. currently sit second in the table due to Spain boasting a superior goal difference, but will be keen to keep up the pressure on La Roja at the summit with another three points.
You can find TV information, courtesy of livesoccertv.com, here.
Liverpool v City Under-18s - U18 Premier League Cup 11:00
Australia v United States - Women's International Friendly 04:00
England v Austria - Women's World Cup qualifying 12:30
Canada v Mexico - Women's International Friendly TBC
Ben Wilkinson's Under-18s will be looking to secure passage to the next round of the U18 Premier League Cup, as we take on Liverpool in our final group stage game of the competition.
Kick-off is scheduled for 11:00 (UK) and you can follow the action on our dedicated academy Twitter account: @ManCityAcademy.
As always, keep across mancity.com and our official app for a comprehensive match report soon after the full time whistle.
Elsewhere, Australian duo Alanna Kennedy and Hayley Raso are in contention to face the United States in the first of a two-game international friendly series, with kick-off in Sydney set for 04:00 (UK).
Janine Beckie could also feature in an international friendly on Saturday, with Olympic gold medallists Canada facing Mexico.
But our involvement in the Women's international break this week concludes when England take on Austria in World Cup Qualifying, with Alex Greenwood, Demi Stokes, Keira Walsh, Jill Scott, Georgia Stanway, Lauren and Ellen White all in with a chance of featuring for Sarina Wiegman's side.
White is on the cusp of becoming both the Lionesses' leading scorer and racking up a century of international appearances should she be given the nod.
The City forward's tally currently stands at 44 goals in 99 international appearances, meaning she is just three goals shy of Kelly Smith's England record.
The match will be broadcast live on ITV 1 in the UK, while viewers living around the world can find out how they can tune in here.
You can find out how all three sides get on by keeping across mancity.com and our official app as well as on Twitter: @ManCityWomen.
City v West Ham - Premier League 2pm
A busy week at City culminates with a tough task at the Etihad Stadium as we take on David Moyes' high-flying West Ham.
Kick-off is at 2pm, with mancity.com and the official app the best place to follow coverage of the game.
Alistair Mann and Andy Morrison will provide commentary throughout the 90 minutes, while minute-by-minute text updates are available in our Matchday Centre, starting at 12:00 (UK).
For those with push notifications turned on, you'll also get alerted as soon as the teams are announced and goals go in.
And our Matchday Live show will begin just before 13:00 (UK).
A full match report, post-match reaction, highlights and full-match replay (via CITY+) will be available after the game.