Is Man City vs Bournemouth on TV? Live stream, kick-off time, team news for Premier League tie

    MANCHESTER CITY will look to build on their opening day victory when they welcome Bournemouth to the Etihad THIS SATURDAY.

    The Citizens comfortably cruised to a 2-0 win against West Ham in East London.

    Erling Haaland's double sealed all three points for Man City against West Ham


    Erling Haaland’s double sealed all three points for Man City against West HamCredit: Rex
    Bournemouth got their Premier League return off to the perfect start


    Bournemouth got their Premier League return off to the perfect startCredit: Rex

    And summer signing Erling Haaland was star of the show as the Norwegian netted both goals for City.

    But life may not be so rosy for Haaland this time round as Bournemouth will be full of confidence having thumped Aston Villa on match-day one.

    However, the Cherries have NEVER beaten Manchester City since data has been recorded.

    What time does Manchester City vs Bournemouth kick off?

    • Manchester City roll out the red carpet for Bournemouth on Saturday, August 14.
    • It is scheduled to kick off at 3pm UK time.
    • Etihad Stadium in Manchester will be the allocated arena for this encounter which can hold around 55,097.
    • City sent Bournemouth crashing out of the League Cup when the sides last met in 2020.
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    Is Manchester City vs Bournemouth on TV and can I live stream it?

    • Unfortunately, Manchester City’s encounter with Bournemouth will NOT be broadcasted live on TV in the UK.
    • This is due to the football TV blackout law in the UK.
    • However subscription members of Premier Player HD can stream the entire action live through

    Team news

    Pep Guardiola currently has no fresh injury concerns ahead of Manchester City’s clash with Bournemouth.

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    However, the Citizens boss is likely to still be without Aymeric Laporte who had to undergo knee surgery.

    Meanwhile, Bournemouth boss Scott Parker will be hopeful of giving summer signing Ryan Fredericks some minutes as he has been suffering with a calf injury.

    However, the other two new recruits Joe Rothwell and David Brooks are in need of a little longer.

    Latest odds

    • Man City to win 1/16
    • Draw 12/1
    • Bournemouth to win 40/1

    *Odds courtesy of Betfair are correct at time of publication


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