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Four Different Comps In 15 Days

Four Different Comps In 15 Days

Pep Guardiola and his players are well aware of their upcoming fixture list. But, when one actually takes a look...wow it's going to be a hectic 15 days all for concerned.

City players have, as of today returned from a short four day R&R break. So, fingers crossed one or two aching bones, muscles and joints have had the opportunity to recuperate from what can be described as a hectic season thus far.

Four Different Comps In 15 Days

Premier League

City continue their silverware conquest this Saturday, 10 February at the Etihad against Leicester City. Kick off 5:30pm, live on TV within the UK on Sky Sports.

UEFA Champions League

The Champions League returns four days later when City travel to St Jakob Park Stadium, Switzerland when Pep's side face FC Basel in the first leg of the competitions last 16 knockout. The match is available within the UK on BT Sport.

FA Cup Fifth Round

Monday 19 February and we're into competition number three - away at League One high flyers Wigan Athletic. The game is live on BBC One, kick off 19:55pm.

Carabao Cup Final

Sunday 25 February and we're heading to Wembley Stadium to play Arsenal in the League Cup Final, live on Sky Sports.

Those of us unable to go to any of the games are well and truly catered for, especially if you have the respective TV subscriptions.

Is the City squad big enough to cope?

07/02/18 - Injury List



Visit PhysioRoom.com for more injury information



Please note the table update automatically so they are worth keeping an eye on.

Here's hoping for a successful 15 day period.



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Writer:Tudor
Date:Wednesday February 7 2018
Time: 3:40PM

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