2017 Season

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2017 Schedule
28-3-2, 1st in English Premier League
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5hJonathan Smith and Glenn Price

Salah or De Bruyne for Premier League POTY?

Mohamed Salah or Kevin De Bruyne for Premier League Player of the Year? Our correspondents Glenn Price and Jonathan Smith make the case for each.

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2dSimon Curtis

Man City aim strong finish vs. Swansea

Man City and Swansea are kindred spirits, having bounced from the brink of extinction back to the top flight. They're markedly different now.

2dJonathan Smith

Guardiola: City can break more records

Manchester City's Pep Guardiola said the possibility of breaking records can help them stay focused against the teams fighting to avoid relegation.

WATCH: Guardiola's heartfelt speech to Man City (3:01)
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3dJack Rathborn

Transfer Talk: Man City to renew Mahrez pursuit

The most contentious saga from the winter window is back as Man City ready a summer bid for Riyad Mahrez. Transfer Talk has the latest.

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3dESPN staff

KDB set to win Premier League assists award

Award, which adds to Golden Boot and Golden Glove award for strikers and goalkeepers, will be presented for the first time at end of the season.

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3dAssociated Press

AFA moves to ease Aguero fitness concerns

Sergio Aguero is recovering after surgery on his knee and will start treatment soon, the AFA confirmed amid uncertainty about the player's fitness.

Extra Time: Manchester United, Bayern Munich, "snobby" City (8:18)
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4dPA Sport

Sterling: Sofa title can't make City complacent

Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling insists winning a Premier League title from the sofa will not make him complacent about adding to his tally.

City2City: Carli Lloyd visits Chicago super fan - Via Man City (11:08)
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4dAdriana Garcia

Aguero won't be fit for World Cup - doctor

Argentina team doctor Homero D'Agostino does not expect Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero to be fit for the World Cup after knee surgery.

4dSimon Curtis

Manchester City still have landmarks to chase

Manchester City may have won the league in joint record time but there's still plenty to play for, as they go in search of more records.

2017-18 Prem Table

Manchester City332832+6887
Manchester United342356+3974
Tottenham Hotspur342086+3568
Leicester City34111112+244
Newcastle United3311814-741
AFC Bournemouth3591115-1738
Brighton & Hove Albion3481214-1536
West Ham United3381114-1835
Crystal Palace3581116-1835
Huddersfield Town349817-2735
Swansea City338916-1933
Stoke City3461018-3328
West Bromwich Albion3541318-2525

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference681st
Goals Scored931st
Goals Conceded251st