WHEN AND WHERE
The game kicks off at 6:30pm (UK) on Sunday 28 June at St. James' Park.
In the UK, the game will be broadcast live on BBC One and you can also keep up to date with all the action on ManCity.com's Matchday Centre or via our official Twitter platform: @ManCity.
Fans living outside of the UK should check out our global TV listings to find out how they can tune in wherever they are in the world.
Matty and Sean Longstaff, Matt Ritchie and Isaac Hayden are all injury doubts for the hosts.
Nabil Bentaleb is suspended picking up two yellow cards in the competition.
“Now, we have five or six weeks to play. The FA Cup on Sunday is important and we need to achieve qualification for UCL and after that we need to prepare for Madrid.
“We cannot forget that we won two titles this season and we have two more to play for.
“We are going to try.”
More to follow on Saturday night at 10:30pm...
Opposition view: Steve Bruce
“There’s no disputing we’d love a packed St. James’ Park but it’s not to be.
“We’ve got a big game, a huge game and we’re going to have to be at our best.
“They’re a very good side and they’ll treat the cups now as something to look forward to.”
Referee: Lee Mason
Assistant Referees: Scott Ledger & Adrian Holmes
Fourth Official: Andrew Madley
Reserve Assistant: Mark Dwyer
VAR: Andre Marriner
AVAR: Stephen Child
City twice saw hard-fought leads wiped out within a few minutes as Pep Guardiola's men were held 2-2 at St. James' Park in the Premier League.
Raheem Sterling gave the visitors the lead before the Magpies levelled shortly after and in the closing minutes, Kevin De Bruyne thumped home a stunning goal – but again the hosts equalised in the time that remained.
Now TV offer
The Premier League, Sky Sports and NOW TV have agreed to offer 2x NOW TV 'Day Pass' vouchers for free to every Premier League Seasoncard holder & Hospitality Seasonal member
We're Not Really Here
Our ‘We’re Not Really Here’ campaign aims to connect and engage our fans in a series of new and innovative ways.
You may not be able to sing for the team in the stands, but your support remains as important as ever.
Every matchday, home and away, we’ll kick off the big game build-up with a brand new programme called, fittingly, ‘We’re Not Really Here’, in honour of the chant synonymous with all City fans.
We will be inviting supporters to get in touch throughout the show, letting us know your views as well how you are experiencing the big matches behind closed doors.
Simply use the hashtag #WNRH to join the conversation and get involved to ensure that your views and voice is heard. A selection of posts can be found on the #WNRH mancity.com wall.
Premier League rule changes
Whilst football is back, it is different from what we are used to.
The absence of fans is the most significant change, but a host of other measures have been implemented to protect players and staff, all of which will affect the matchday experience.
🚨 @NUFC & @ManCity fans 🚨— Match of the Day (@BBCMOTD) June 25, 2020
We want you to be part of Sunday's #MOTDx Watchalong.
Email [email protected] a short video with your opinions.
Reckon your team can win the FA Cup? Who should you buy/sell? Are you crowd noise on or crowd noise off? Let’s hear from you! pic.twitter.com/3Idh1H8D6o