2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
18-2-3, 2nd in English Premier League
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5hMark Ogden and James Martin

Should teams run up the score like Man City?

Should you worry about embarrassing your opposition or score as many goals as you can? Man City-Burton provided the perfect test case for debate.

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19hJonathan Smith

Pep on Mendy's mentality: 'I'm not his father'

"He just needs to be focused, be focused in your job, in what you have to do, because you have incredible potential," Guardiola said of Mendy.

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1dJonathan Smith

Mendy back with City first team to face Burton

Benjamin Mendy is back in the squad for Manchester City's trip to Burton Albion with Pep Guardiola set to name a strong lineup despite leading 9-0.

ICYMI: PSG score 9, Arsenal's big win and more (1:38)
Premier League: 33 goals in 90 seconds (1:30)
Huddersfield 0-3 Man City: City blank struggling Terriers (2:20)
Sané makes it 3 for Man City (1:08)
Sterling doubles Man City's lead (1:21)

Jonathan Smith Manchester City correspondent 

Manchester City far from their best but ahead through Danilo's deflected strike. Huddersfield are in this and fancy their chances. But the ground is silence with Ex-boss David Wagner on the big screen explaining his decision to leave.

Danilo's shot deflects in for Man City's opener (1:08)

Jonathan Smith Manchester City correspondent 

Manchester City need to maintain the pressure on Liverpool and Pep Guardiola has brought back Sergio Aguero and Kevin De Bruyne into his starting lineup. Huddersfield would seem a straightforward win but Guardiola warned they are an unknown quantity under temporary boss Mark Hudson.

Birthday boy Guardiola: I don't have any friends (0:25)
Guardiola: My respect for Bielsa stays the same (0:47)
Anatomy of a title race: Liverpool and Manchester City (1:22)
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7dJonathan Smith

There's no need to panic about Phil Foden

It might seem like Phil Foden's future lies away from Man City, but insiders are confident he'll be the first academy star to make it at the club.

2018-19 Prem Table

Manchester City231823+4556
Tottenham Hotspur231706+2551
Manchester United231355+1344
Wolverhampton Wanderers23959-432
Leicester City239410031
West Ham United239410-431
AFC Bournemouth239311-930
Brighton & Hove Albion237511-726
Crystal Palace236413-922
Newcastle United235612-1221
Cardiff City235414-2519
Huddersfield Town232516-2711

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference451st
Goals Scored621st
Goals Conceded172nd