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Manchester United v Manchester City – Derby Match Week 29 Preview, Team News And Prediction

Manchester Derby time in the league, as Pep tries to keep City in UCL places.

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Manchester City v Manchester United - Carabao Cup - Semi Final - Second Leg - Etihad Stadium Photo by Martin Rickett/PA Images via Getty Images

Venue: Old Trafford, Manchester, United Kingdom

Time and Date: Sunday, 7th March 2020, kick off at 5.30pm (UK), 12.30pm (EST)

Referee: Mike Dean.

Assistants: Darren Cann, Dan Robathan.

Fourth official: Anthony Taylor.

VAR: Andre Marriner.

Assistant VAR: Nick Hopton.

TV Info: Sky Sports (UK), NBC (USA), DAZN (Canada)

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Manchester United will look to keep the pressure on Chelsea for a top-four spot if they win their second Manchester derby of the season.

Manchester City come into this fixture after reaching the FA Cup quarter finals in midweek, just four days after winning the EFL Cup for a third consecutive time at Wembley.

Should be in for another cracking derby.

Team News

Man Utd’s Harry Maguire (ankle), Aaron Wan-Bissaka (back) and Daniel James (knock) are doubtful and will be assessed ahead of Sunday’s contest.

Marcus Rashford, Paul Pogba and Lee Grant remain sidelined.

A decision on Kevin De Bruyne’s availability will be made on Sunday and he should be in contention for Man City.

Leroy Sane continues to work his way towards full fitness, but is not ready.


City and United come in to this game on relative high notes. I see City playing up to its level in the recent weeks and securing a win.

Manchester United 0-2 Manchester City