Get ready for an action-packed Premier League game as Manchester City takes on Southampton at St Mary’s Stadium on Saturday, April 8th, with a kick-off time of 5:30 pm (UK).
Fans in the UK can catch the game live on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Ultra HD. If you’re unable to watch the game on TV, don’t worry, you can follow all the action on the official Man City app or on City News Centre’s Twitter feed: @CityNewsCentre. International viewers can also tune in via the global TV listings courtesy of livesoccertv.com.
In exciting news, Erling Haaland will be available for selection after his return to training earlier this week. Pep Guardiola confirmed, “He trained the last two days. He will be ready.” However, Phil Foden will miss the game after surgery for acute appendicitis.
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Ahead of the game, Pep Guardiola had nothing but respect for Southampton, saying, “Every team is playing for something, it’s the same importance to fight for the Premier League as it is to stay in the Premier League. That’s why every game has its own characteristics and you have to be ready because Southampton have always been so tough. I have a feeling tomorrow won’t be an exception.”
In their last league trip to St Mary’s, Manchester City drew 1-1 back in January 2022. Since then, they have visited the Saints twice, winning 4-1 in the FA Cup in March 2022 and losing in the Carabao Cup in January 2023. Earlier this season, they faced Southampton at the Etihad and came away with a convincing 4-0 victory.
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In their last game, Manchester City beat Liverpool 4-1, with Julian Alvarez, Kevin De Bruyne, Ilkay Gundogan and Jack Grealish all getting on the scoresheet. On the other hand, Southampton lost 1-0 to West Ham, leaving them bottom of the table.
The match officials for the game are referee Robert Jones, assistants Ian Hussin and Marc Perry, fourth official Craig Pawson, VAR John Brooks and assistant VAR Harry Lennard. Don’t miss out on all the excitement and tune in to watch Manchester City take on Southampton in this Premier League game.
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