All the dates, times, kick-offs, venues and TV channel information you need for Manchester City’s week ahead.

Monday

Pep Guardiola and Riyad Mahrez will face the media via video call ahead of our Champions League game against Marseille.

The pre-match press conference will begin around 18:30 (UK) and we will bring you their thoughts as well as an injury news as soon as it is complete.

As usual, you can keep up to date with all the developments on mancity.com and on Twitter: @ManCity.

Tuesday

City take on Marseille at the Stade Velodrome, where we get under way at 20:00 (UK).

In the UK, the game will be broadcast live on BT Sport. Fans living elsewhere can check out our global TV listings to find out how they can tune in from their country.

Wherever you are in the world, you can watch our We’re Not Really Here matchday show on all our digital channels.

Joleon Lescott and Richard Dunne are the guests this week and will be live from one hour before kick-off.

If you’re unable to watch on TV, then mancity.com is the place to be as we’ll have minute by minute updates in our Matchday Centre and you can also follow the action via our Twitter account.

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Friday

With two press conferences and a semi-final taking place, it is a particularly busy day at Manchester City.

Guardiola will speak to the media ahead of the men’s first team game against Sheffield United. The boss’ press conference is due to start at 13:30 (UK).

Gareth Taylor and Chloe Kelly will also address the press ahead of the Women’s FA Cup final.

We will bring you the latest news from each of them as soon as it lands here on mancity.com, whilst there will also be updates on Twitter: @ManCity.

Our Under-18s take centre stage on Friday evening, as their postponed 2019/20 FA Youth Cup campaign resumes.

Carlos Vicens’ team face Blackburn Rovers at St George’s Park (kick-off, 17:00 UK)  and you can watch all the action on BT Sport.

If you can't tune in, you can get live updates on Twitter: @ManCityAcademy and we’ll have a match report and reaction here on mancity.com after the full-time whistle.

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Saturday

City take on Sheffield United at Bramall Lane in the day’s early kick-off at 12:30 (UK).

In the UK, the game will be broadcast live on BT Sport and, as always, you can enjoy City-centric analysis by tuning into the We’re Not Really Here matchday show.

Paul Dickov and Shaun Wright-Phillips are the guests and you can hear their thoughts across all our digital channels from one hour before kick-off.

If you’re unable to watch on TV, head to mancity.com for live updates in our Matchday Centre or follow the action on Twitter: @ManCity.

Sunday

It is FA Cup final day for our women’s first team.

Taylor’s side lock horns with Everton at Wembley Stadium, where we’ll be bidding to lift the trophy for the third time.

Kick-off is at 14:30 (UK) and the game will be broadcast live on BBC One.

You can also join the presenting duo of Kyle Walker and Natalie Paweleck for a special cup final edition of We’re Not Really Here, which will be available to watch across all our digital platforms.

If you’re unable to watch the game, you can follow minute by minute updates in our Matchday Centre and on Twitter: @ManCity, whilst we’ll also have a full report and reaction on mancity.com after the full-time whistle.