2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
17-2-3, 2nd in English Premier League
Birthday boy Guardiola: I don't have any friends (0:25)
Guardiola: My respect for Bielsa stays the same (0:47)
Anatomy of a title race: Liverpool and Manchester City (1:22)
Premier League Predictor: Liverpool to widen the gap? (3:22)
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3dJonathan Smith

There's no need to panic about Phil Foden

It might seem like Phil Foden's future lies away from Man City, but insiders are confident he'll be the first academy star to make it at the club.

Player of the Month: Bernardo Silva - Via Man City (2:26)
Photo by David S. Bustamante/Soccrates /Getty Images
4dJonathan Smith

Sources: Man City have no interest in Isco

Manchester City have no interest in making a move for Isco, sources have told ESPN FC, despite again being linked with the Real Madrid midfielder.

Guardiola: How many points to win title? I don't have a magic ball (0:37)

Mbappe, Neymar worth more than Messi - study

Barcelona's wages reached €562m this year, according to a study. PSG -- with stars Neymar and Mbappe -- have the second highest at €332m.

Premier League: 20 goals in 90 seconds (1:30)
Manchester City 3-0 Wolverhampton: City down 10-men Wolves (1:49)
Coady's own goal extends Man City's lead (0:56)

Jonathan Smith Manchester City correspondent 

Dominant opening 45 minutes from Manchester City. They deservedly lead 2-0 at half time through a Gabriel Jesus brave. Wolves fans not happy with the referee after a red card for Willy Boly and penalty, but it's hard to argue against either decision.

Jesus doubles City's lead from the penalty spot (1:24)
Boly sent off for sliding challenge on Silva (1:19)
Jesus gives Man City the early lead (0:59)

Jonathan Smith Manchester City correspondent 

De Bruyne and Aguero are only fit enough for the bench. Wolves have taken nine points off top six teams so it will not be easy.

2018-19 Prem Ladder

Manchester City221723+4253
Tottenham Hotspur221606+2448
Manchester United221255+1241
Leicester City22949+131
West Ham United22949-231
Wolverhampton Wanderers22859-529
AFC Bournemouth228311-1127
Brighton & Hove Albion227510-626
Crystal Palace226412-822
Cardiff City225413-2219
Newcastle United224612-1518
Huddersfield Town222515-2411

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference421st
Goals Scored591st
Goals Conceded17Tied-2nd