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Everton vs Man City: kickoff time, starting lineups, TV schedule, live stream and how to watch online

Will Blues disgrace themselves against City today?

Manchester City v Everton FC - Premier League Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images

Everton host Premier League defending champions Manchester City today with a strong possibility of the visitors running riot. The Blues are at an emotional and mental low after yet another disheartening loss, and with manager Marco Silva having received the dreaded ‘vote of confidence’, what could go wrong?

City are just three points behind Liverpool in the league table and a big win will see them return to the top of the table. The Reds will be desperately hoping their cross-city rivals will show a spine this evening, and to be honest, so will most Toffees.

Match Details

Date and start time: Wednesday, February 6th at 11:45 a.m. PT / 2:45 p.m ET / 7:45 p.m. BST

Stadium: Goodison Park, Liverpool, England, United Kingdom

Capacity: 39,572

Weather: 43°F/6°C, mostly cloudy, 6% chance of precipitation, 14 kmph winds

How to Watch/Listen

TV: NBCSN, Universo - United States; N/A - United Kingdom; Flow Sports 2, DAZN, beIN Sports, SuperSport 3 Africa

Radio: evertontv, TalkSport Radio World, BBC Radio Manchester

Live stream:, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo

Gamethread: Comments section below starting one hour before game time

Information from



Starting XI: Pickford, Digne, Zouma, Keane, Kenny; Davies, Gueye, Gomes; Bernard, Calvert-Lewin, Walcott

Subs: Stekelenburg, Coleman, Schneiderlin, McCarthy, Sigurdsson, Tosun, Richarlison

Manchester City

Starting XI: Ederson, Walker, Stones, Otamendi, Laporte; Fernandinho, Gundogan, D. Silva; Sane, Aguero, B. Silva

Subs: Muric, Danilo, Zinchenko, De Bruyne, Sterling, Mahrez, Gabriel Jesus

Last Meeting

Didn’t go well. Gabriel Jesus broke his scoring drought with a brace while the smallish Raheem Sterling got in between two giant central defenders to head home City’s third as they romped to a 3-1 win, with the Blues’ lone goal coming from Dominic Calvert-Lewin to halve the deficit at 2-1, but the visitors never really looked like tying it up.