Latest Football News From Manchester: Man City fixture changes and TV times confirmed by Premier League for October

Having won a fourth English title in five seasons, Pep Guardiola and his star-studded team get their latest defence underway against West Ham on Sunday, August 7 at the London Stadium. Fixtures continue to come thick and fast for the next two months, but the battle for Premier League supremacy really hots up in October.

Balancing group matches in the marquee European competition, City also take on Liverpool, Arsenal and Leicester City domestically and they have a mouth-watering Manchester derby to contend with. Guardiola will meet Erik ten Hag for the first time in the UK on Sunday, October 2 at 2pm or 4.30pm on Sky Sports.

A start time for that match with Manchester United will be finalised when City find out when and where they will be playing in the Champions League the following week. Late changes could also be made for games with Arsenal and Leicester – for similar reasons – and will become clearer when the European draw is made.

Manchester City fixtures in October (Premier League only)

– Sunday, October 2 vs Manchester United – TBC (H) on Sky Sports

– Saturday, October 8 vs Southampton – 3pm (H)

– Sunday, October 16 vs Liverpool – 4.30pm (A) on Sky Sports

– Thursday, October 20 vs Arsenal – 8.15pm (A) on Amazon Prime Media

– Sunday, October 23 vs Brighton – 2pm (H)

– Saturday, October 29 vs Leicester City – 12.30pm (A) on BT Sport

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