Manchester City go in search of their first victory in over a decade and a half at Anfield on Sunday, with the Champions look to halve the deficit between themselves and leaders Liverpool.
On Saturday afternoon, Manchester City welcome Southampton to the Etihad Stadium for the second time this week, this time in the Premier League, following a 3-1 victory against the Saints in the League Cup on Tuesday.
Manchester City have the opportunity to halve the deficit between themselves and Liverpool (for a matter of hours at least) on Saturday if they can beat Aston Villa at the Etihad, as Pep Guardiola looks to avoid back to back home league defeats for the first time in his managerial career.
Back from the penultimate international break of the year, Manchester City begin a fresh pursuit of leaders Liverpool as the Champions head to Selhurst, South London to face Crystal Palace on Saturday evening.
Manchester City look to head into the second international break of the season hot on the heels of leaders Liverpool, as the Blues host Wolves at the Etihad on Sunday afternoon, aiming to make it 4 league wins from 5.
After Saturday’s extravaganza against Watford and a classy performance against Preston in the midweek, Manchester City look to make 3 wins in a week as they head to Merseyside to face Everton. Everton could be considered a bit of a bogey side for the Blues especially at Goodison Park.
Everything you need to know as Manchester City look to bounce back in the Premier League as they take on Watford at the Etihad Stadium!
Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City hope to head into the international break with a win, as the champions host Brighton at the Etihad on Saturday afternoon. After a frustrating 2-2 draw against Spurs in the last game at the Etihad the Blues will be eager to register a first home win of the season, and what better opponent to do this than a Brighton side who City have endured a lot of recent success against.