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League Cup - How to watch Preston North End vs Man City on Sept. 24

September 23, 2019 By Oscar Rojas
The defending champions will try to make it three titles in a row, but first, they will need to beat Preston in their first clash of the season in this tournament.

What is Preston and Manchester City's form ahead of this match?

Preston has won five of their last six games in all competitions, including their 5-4 win against Hull City. The only match in which the team has not collected the win during that run was their one-all draw against Nottingham Forest. Alex Neil's team is currently third in the EFL Championship, behind Leeds United and Swansea.

Manchester City has won four out of their last six games, with their loss against Norwich City (3-2) and their draw against Tottenham being the only games where they did not win. Pep Guardiola's men managed to make club history last weekend, when they destroyed Watford with an 8-0 score.

What is Preston and Manchester City's recent League Cup record?

Preston North End's best performance in the last three League Cup editions saw them reach the fourth round in the 2016-17 season. That run included wins against Hartlepool United (1-0), Oldham Athletic (2-0) and Bournemouth (3-2) before being slammed by Newcastle, who eliminated them from the competition with a 6-0 blowout.

Manchester City has won three out of the last four League Cup editions, with the only exception being the 2016-17 season. The Citizens are the second most-winning side in this tournament's history, with six trophies to their name. Four of those titles have made it to the team's trophy cabinet during this decade.

Preston vs Manchester City - Head to head stats

  • This will be the first game between these teams in over a decade. The last clash between the Citizens and the Lillywhites ended in a 3-1 win for the EPL side.

  • There were two Championship meetings between these sides in the early 2000s. The Citizens claimed a 3-2 win on February 10, 2002, while Preston defeated Man City with a 2-1 score back in October 21, 2001.

Preston vs Manchester City - Who's in and who's out?

Preston's boss Alex Neil will try to shock the world without four players. The Scottish tactician will have to prepare this game without David Nugent, Louis Molt, Tom Clarke and Andrew Hughes. Preston made it to this round by using some of their substitutes, but they might change that strategy against the defending champions.

Manchester City will try to keep their unbeaten streak in this competition going without up to four players. Leroy Sané and Aymeric Laporte are long-term absences, while John Stones will also miss out after a recent injury. Phil Foden is working on his fitness, which makes his presence in this game rather unlikely.

Broadcast info - Preston vs Manchester City

In the U.K.: BBC Radio Manchester.

In the U.S.: ESPN+.

In Canada: DAZN.

In Australia: beIN Sports Connect, beIN SPORTS 2, Kayo Sports.

In Germany: DAZN.

 

Match details, result and original broadcast info

Preston North End 0 - 3 Manchester City

September 24, 2019 2:45pmDeepdale (Preston)

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