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MANCHESTER CITY V NEWCASTLE UNITED: PREMIER LEAGUE PREVIEW

MANCHESTER CITY v NEWCASTLE UNITED: PREMIER LEAGUE PREVIEW

Manchester City’s focus may now have turned to the UEFA Champions League, but Pep Guardiola’s side can still make club history if they beat Newcastle United this evening.

What time does Manchester City v Newcastle United kick off?

Kick-off for this evening’s game at the Etihad Stadium is at 18:00 BST.

Is Manchester City v Newcastle United on TV?

Today’s game will be shown live in the UK on BT Sport 1.

Manchester City v Newcastle United team news.

Sergio Aguero is still missing for Manchester City, but Newcastle United have it worse with Allan Saint-Maximin, Miguel Almiron, Jamaal Lascelles and Andy Carroll all doubtful.

Manchester City v Newcastle United head-to-head.

Manchester City could break a club record by registering an eleventh consecutive Premier League home win over Newcastle tonight. However, the Magpies have won and drawn against City at St. James’ Park in recent times, which arrested a run of 15 defeats in the previous 16 meetings between the two.

Manchester City v Newcastle United current form.

Manchester City have won their last four Premier League home matches by an aggregate scoreline of 14-0, but they lost away at Southampton at the weekend.

Newcastle United are in decent form too. The Magpies are unbeaten in their last six Premier League games – only Manchester United are on a longer unbeaten run.

Manchester City v Newcastle United match prediction.

Pep Guardiola’s side are on another level at the Etihad Stadium and their recent dominance over Newcastle United in Manchester looks only set to continue given the Magpies’ injury troubles. Former Manchester United captain Steve Bruce has never won away at Manchester City as a manager, and it could be another long evening for him tonight. A 4-0 Man City win wouldn’t surprise anyone.

Best bet for Manchester City v Newcastle United.

Kevin De Bruyne has rightly attracted a lot of praise this season and has been widely regarded as the Premier League’s best player. The Belgian midfielder’s recent form has seen him either score or set up a goal 15 times in his last 14 Premier League starts. Expect De Bruyne to play a starring role again by backing him to score tonight.

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