Man City vs Bournemouth

Man City vs Bournemouth LIVE: Stream, team news, latest score and goal updates from the Premier League.Follow live updates below as Manchester City travel to Bournemouth hoping to return to winning ways following their draw with Tottenham Hotspur last weekend.


With Liverpool beating Arsenal so convincingly yesterday and seemingly in the groove, a little pressure is already on City to keep pace and make sure they don’t slip up here.

The Cherries have made a good start to their campaign, earning a draw against Sheffield United and a win over Aston Villa, but face their toughest test yet. Follow it live:

Guardiola had something of a to-do with Sergio Aguero after substituting the striker in the second half of Manchester City’s frustrating draw with Tottenham last weekend.
He insisted after the game that it was nothing more than a misunderstanding. Will Aguero start today?
One of the finest imports the Premier League has had the fortune of seeing, David Silva will make his 400th appearance for Manchester City this afternoon, assuming he plays a part against Bournemouth.
But manager Pep Guardiola has admitted he wasn’t sure his compatriot would succeed in English football:
Hello! Welcome along to the first Premier League game of this Sunday afternoon and it should be a fun one: Bournemouth have made a promising start to their campaign with four points from their first two games, and they are likely to try and take a chance against the champions – what have they got to lose? Manchester City will have seen Liverpool’s ominous dismantling of Arsenal yesterday and know that there is already a little bit of pressure to make sure they don’t slip up here. We’ll have all the build-up and team news from the Vitality Stadium shortly…


Bournemouth 1-4 Manchester City: The champions are an exceptional team and there is no reason to doubt them here.

The Bucs will open their preseason schedule with a trip to Pittsburgh to take on the Steelers. The game kicks off at Live

Being the first preseason game, the Bucs aren’t placing a huge emphasis on game-planning. Rather, this will be the first chance for rookies and younger players to ‘get exposure or get exposed’ in the words of Head Coach Bruce Arians.

“Young players — they’re going to play the majority of the game, 80 percent of it,” Arians said on Wednesday after the team’s last full practice before the game. “One or two of them are either going to get exposed or have good exposure, and that’s really what this is all about. That’s what we talked to them about it. What they’re putting on tape is not just for us — 31 other teams are going to look at it. So, you want to put the best thing you have on tape to be evaluated.”

This year will also include a live-stream option for all four games, starting with Friday’s contest, for the very first time. The stream is available through the Buccaneers Official Appp and online at It is subject to market restrictions and available in the same markets with television coverage. Out-of-market fans can watch on Soccer Game Pass.

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