2017 Schedule

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2017 Schedule
26-3-1, 1st in English Premier League
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8hDavid Mooney

Fiery Man City face discipline questions

Adopting a tougher persona has served Manchester City well this season, even if they occasionally go too far when sticking up for themselves.

Why Salah should be player of the year over De Bruyne (1:01)
2dGlenn Price

Klopp knows how Liverpool can beat City

Jurgen Klopp believes Liverpool can overcome Manchester City in their Champions League quarterfinal tie if his players impose their "specific style."

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3dRob Dawson

Mou: City's spending 'difficult' for United

Jose Mourinho says Manchester United will struggle to compete with Manchester City in the future if Pep Guardiola's side continue to spend heavily.

Burley: City and Real will have too much for Liverpool and Juve (1:24)
3dSimon Curtis

Man City's Champions League draw no picnic

Manchester City may have avoided the other Champions League favourites, but Liverpool have proven to be a thorn in City's side recently.

Midfield Engine: Ilkay Gundogan - Via Man City (2:51)
Klopp: Liverpool v City is a dream draw for Man United fans (0:46)
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3dJonathan Smith

Sane: 'Not playing for individual prizes'

Manchester City's Leroy Sane is among the favourites for the Young Player of the Year but the winger insists he's not playing for individual honours.

Robson: Man City will prevail over two legs (0:55)
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3dMark Ogden

Liverpool vs. Man City dominates UCL draw

A box office Champions League quarterfinal draw has seen the heavyweights of this decade -- Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich -- kept apart.

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3dESPN staff

UCL QF: Liverpool-Man City, Juve-Madrid

Juventus take on defending champions Real Madrid, Barcelona play Roma and Sevilla, who knocked out Manchester United, face Bayern Munich.

3dESPN staff

UCL, Europa draws as they happened

The draws for the Champions League and Europa League quarterfinals took place at UEFA HQ on Friday. Catch up with ESPN FC's live blog.

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4dDavid Mooney

Guardiola transforms Manchester City mentality

Remember when critics say Pep Guardiola couldn't hack it in England? He's made a mockery of those claims, and Man City's mental strength is clear.

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5dJonathan Smith

De Bruyne disappointed to be out of FA Cup

Kevin De Bruyne would happily miss out on Manchester City's warm weather training camp in Abu Dhabi if it meant they were still in the FA Cup.

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5dSimon Curtis

Underrated Silva for Player of the Season?

Kevin De Bruyne and Sergio Aguero get most of the accolades but David Silva is the fulcrum of Man City, and may be deserving of Player of the Season.

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5dGlenn Price

City oust Gerrard's Liverpool in Youth League

Steven Gerrard's Liverpool under-19s were knocked out of the UEFA Youth League on Wednesday after they were beaten by Manchester City on penalties.

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6dESPN staff

Shakhtar CEO: Fred moving to Manchester

Shakhtar Donetsk fully expect star midfielder Fred to sign for either Manchester City or Manchester United next summer, the Ukrainian club's CEO said.

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6dJonathan Smith

Kompany: Winning title in derby not critical

Vincent Kompany says Manchester City need to forget about trying to secure the Premier League title in the Manchester derby.

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6dJonathan Smith

Silva shines for Man City during tough year

Though his young son occupies his thoughts, the tireless veteran midfielder keeps delivering brilliant performances for Manchester City.

2017-18 Prem Table

Manchester City302631+6581
Manchester United302055+3565
Tottenham Hotspur301875+3461
Leicester City30101010+240
AFC Bournemouth319913-1236
Brighton & Hove Albion3081012-1234
Newcastle United308814-1032
Swansea City308715-1731
Huddersfield Town318716-2731
Crystal Palace317915-1830
West Ham United307914-2130
Stoke City316916-2927
West Bromwich Albion3131117-2520

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference651st
Goals Scored851st
Goals Conceded201st