City travel to Manchester United for the first derby of the season on December 9 before hosting their rivals on April 7.
When’s their trickiest run?
As we enter April there are three fixtures which look particularly tricky – Everton (A), Manchester United (H) and Spurs (A).
When can they pick up the most points?
On the back of the second international break in October they return to this run of games – Stoke (H), Burnley (H) and West Brom (A).
What’s their run-in like?
They kick off April at home to Man Utd and away at Spurs. The final four, however, are far easier and their last two home matches are against Swansea and Huddersfield.
Who have they got after European weeks?
What one fixture will the fans be looking forward to the most?
They don’t play Manchester United at home until April, so perhaps the visit of Liverpool and the renewal of Guardiola vs Klopp on September 9 will offer some early-season excitement.
March 3 – Chelsea (H) – Buy Manchester City Tickets
March 10 – Stoke (A) – Buy Manchester City Tickets
March 17 – Brighton (H) – Buy Manchester City Tickets
March 31 – Everton (A) – Buy Manchester City Tickets
April 7 – Manchester United (H) – Buy Manchester City Tickets
April 14 – Tottenham (A) – Buy Manchester City Tickets
April 21 – Swansea City (H) – Buy Manchester City Tickets
April 28 – West Ham (A) – Buy Manchester City Tickets
Directions To Etihad Stadium
There are a number of frequent buses from all directions to the Etihad Stadium. Direct services to the stadium are:
53, 54, 185, 186, 216, 217, 230, 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, 236, 237, X36 and X37.
At the end of the match buses will be lined up on Ashton New Road next to the South Stand, to take you back to the city centre, where you can connect onwards or celebrate a win. Based on supporter feedback, stewards will be on hand this season to help manage the queues more effectively at the end of the match.
The new 3.9-mile (6.3km) section of the Metrolink to Droylsden is now open to the general public. It will serve eight new stops:
- New Islington
- Holt Town
- Etihad Campus
- Clayton Hall
- Edge Lane
- Cemetery Road
Journeys from Manchester Piccadilly to Droylsden will run every 12 minutes, taking around 20 minutes to complete, you can plan your journey here.
The line will run under Great Ancoats Street, through Holt Town towards Etihad Campus (Etihad Stadium) and Velopark (National Cycling Centre).
From here, between Clayton and Droylsden the line will run on-street along Ashton New Road and Manchester Road.