Three changes for City
Pep Guardiola makes three changes top his starting line-up as City take on Wolves this evening.
When and Where
City face Wolverhampton Wanderers at Molineux Stadium on Wednesday 11 May, with kick-off scheduled for 20:15 (UK).
The match is being broadcast live in the UK on Sky Sports, while those living around the world can find out how to tune in via these global TV listings.
You can also follow the key moments of the action over on Twitter: @ManCity.
PEP GUARDIOLA PREVIEW
Speaking in his press conference on Tuesday, Guardiola said: "Both teams [City and Liverpool] have done impressive Premier League seasons. We know exactly what we have to do: nine points and we are going to try.
"Tomorrow is a final, Wednesday gives us an opportunity to arrive to the last game against Aston Villa with it in our hands. It’s massively important.
"They are always dangerous for the transition from Dendoncker, the quality of Moutinho, the personality and competitiveness they have.
"The back five that they play, they are one of the toughest away games we have in the season but at the same time we know how important it is.
"Hopefully we recover well from last week and can do a good game. This is the most important thing in our heads right now."
MAN CITY APP COVERAGE
As always, the official Man City app offers extensive coverage of all our first team games.
Minute-by-minute updates, statistics and analysis can be accessed from 18:15 via our Matchday Centre, while our special guests will offer their expert insight from the Matchday Live studio an hour later.
Alistair Mann and Michael Brown will guide you through the action from kick-off with live audio commentary, while those with push notifications turned on will also be alerted to both the team news and when any goals go in.
A detailed match report plus reaction from Pep Guardiola and players can be found soon after the final whistle, while short highlights will be available and extended highlights that evening.
CITY+ subscribers can also enjoy a full 90-minute replay from midnight.
Natalie Pike will be joined by Shaun Wright-Phillips and Shaun Goater on this week’s Matchday Live show, offering their thoughts before, during and after the action from Molineux.
The show gets under way from 19:15 (UK), with the panel casting their eye over Pep Guardiola’s team selection ahead of kick-off, before reconvening for further half-time and post-match debriefs.
Available to watch on all our official digital platforms, Matchday Live provides a unique City-centric experience for each of Pep Guardiola’s men’s matches.
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Last time out
City put five past Newcastle on Sunday afternoon, taking us three victories away from a fourth Premier League title in five seasons.
Raheem Sterling scored twice at the Etihad Stadium as City blew out the cobwebs from Champions League heartbreak earlier in the week.
The England man struck first with a diving header from close range to put City ahead and then with a rifled shot into the top corner to complete the victory.
Wolves will be buoyed by their late comeback against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Saturday. 2-0 down with 11 minutes to go, Trincao put Bruno Lage's side back in the match before a 97th equaliser from Conor Coady snatched a point.
City are in imperious form in the league as the end of the season approaches. Since the drawn Premier League classic with Liverpool last month, City have taken all 12 points on offer.
Pep Guardiola's team have defeated Brighton, Watford, Leeds & Newcastle, scoring 17 and conceding just one in the process.
Wolves sit in eighth place in the Premier League but are winless in their last four. In that time they have suffered defeats to Newcastle, Burnley & Brighton before Saturday's fightback against Chelsea.
With a game in hand on West Ham above them, our hosts will be looking to finish the season strongly and stake a claim for seventh and the UEFA Europa Conference League spot that comes with it.
A well-organised Wolves side prevented City from playing at our free-flowing best that day but a handball from defender Max Kilman gave Sterling the chance from the penalty spot.
A second major milestone was achieved that day as Ederson reached his 100th clean sheet for City in just 212 appearances.
That gave City a four point lead at the top of table ahead of second-placed Liverpool, while Chelsea sat an extra point back. Both sides won later that day to return to within touching distance of City.
- Wolves lost this exact fixture 3-1 last season – they’ve not lost consecutive home league games against Manchester City since April 1981.
- City have kept a clean sheet in our last five away Premier League matches, with only three sides ever keeping more than five consecutively in the Premier League.
- City are unbeaten in our last 16 away Premier League games (W13 D3) – it is our longest ever away unbeaten league run in our history.
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