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Match Info | Season 2019/20

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HALF-CENTURY: De Bruyne's assist for Aguero's opener was his 50th in the Premier League - in a record of 123 matches!

HALF-CENTURY: De Bruyne's assist for Aguero's opener was his 50th in the Premier League - in a record of 123 matches!

Here's everything you need to know ahead of City's Premier League game at Burnley.

When and where

The match kicks off at 8.15pm GMT on Tuesday 3 December at Turf Moor.

UK viewers can catch the game on Amazon Prime TV, while you can also follow all the action as it unfolds on our Matchday Centre on mancity.com or on Twitter: @ManCity.

There is also the opportunity to catch the game in full within 24 hours of full time thanks to Man City for TV.

Find out more about Amazon Prime here, or start your 30-day free trial or sign in to watch, here.

Team news

Sergio Aguero will miss this game, with Pep Guardiola expecting the muscle injury suffered against Chelsea to rule him out for a few weeks.

He joins the long term injured trio of Aymeric Laporte, Leroy Sane and Oleksandr Zinchenko on the sideline.

Match officials

  • Referee: Jonathan Moss
  • Assistants: Marc Perry, Eddie Smart
  • Fourth official: Martin Atkinson
  • VAR: Graham Scott
  • Assistant VAR: Andy Halliday

Last time out

Jonjo Shelvey's late strike denied City all three points in a 2-2 draw against Newcastle United.

Raheem Sterling had cancelled out Jetro Willems' opener in the first half, before Kevin De Bruyne looked to have won it for the visitors with a thunderous half-volley, only for Shelvey to level in impressive fashion two minutes from time.

Burnley come into the game on the back of a 2-0 defeat at home to Crystal Palace, who had Wilfried Zaha and Jeffrey Schlupp on the score sheet.

IN OFF THE BAR: De Bruyne produced a world-class strike to put City back ahead



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Last meeting

Aguero's 64th minute winner saw City take a huge step towards retaining the Premier League with a hard-fought 1-0 win over the Clarets in April.

It wasn't the prettiest of goals from our all-time top scorer, but it was certainly one of his most significant, putting us within two wins of the title.

WINNING FEELING: Saluting the travelling fans.



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