How to watch Manchester City at the World Cup: Full Fixtures & TV Guide How to watch Manchester City at the World Cup: Full Fixtures & TV Guide
Manchester City have 16 players at the 2018 World Cup in Russia this summer. The tournament kicks-off on June 14 when the hosts take... How to watch Manchester City at the World Cup: Full Fixtures & TV Guide

How to watch Manchester City at the World Cup: Full Fixtures & TV Guide

Manchester City have 16 players at the 2018 World Cup in Russia this summer.

The tournament kicks-off on June 14 when the hosts take on Saudi Arabia and will culminate with the final in Moscow on July 15.

City’s representatives in Russia are Sergio Aguero, Gabriel Jesus, Fernandinho, David Silva, Raheem Sterling, Vincent Kompany, Bernardo Silva, Nicolas Otamendi, Danilo, Benjamin Mendy, Ederson, Fabian Delph, Ilkay Gundogan, Kyle Walker, John Stones and Kevin De Bruyne.

There are numerous City players in with a genuine chance of winning the World Cup, while the likes of Aguero and Jesus are prominent in the betting for the Golden Boot.

England quartet Sterling, Walker, Delph and Stones will be looking forward to taking on Belgium’s Kompany and De Bruyne in the opening stage.

Here’s how you can watch City’s 2018 World Cup players in action on TV in the UK.

How to watch Manchester City at the World Cup: Full Fixtures & TV Guide

Bernardo Silva – Portugal (Group B)

Portugal vs Spain – Fisht Olympic Stadium – 7pm, June 15 – BBC
Portugal vs Morocco – Kazan Arena – 7pm, June 20 – ITV
Iran vs Portugal – Mordovia Arena – 7pm, June 25 – BBC

How to watch Manchester City at the World Cup: Full Fixtures & TV Guide

David Silva – Spain (Group B)

Portugal vs Spain – Fisht Olympic Stadium – 7pm, June 15 – BBC
Iran vs Spain – Kazan Arena – 7pm, June 20 – ITV
Spain vs Morocco – Kaliningrad Stadium – 7pm, June 25 – BBC

How to watch Manchester City at the World Cup: Full Fixtures & TV Guide

Benjamin Mendy – France – (Group C)

France vs Australia – Kazan Arena – 11am, June 16 – BBC
France vs Peru – Central Stadium – 4pm, June 21 – ITV
Denmark vs France – Luzhniki Stadium – 3pm, June 26 – ITV

How to watch Manchester City at the World Cup: Full Fixtures & TV Guide

Sergio Aguero & Nicolas Otamendi – Argentina (Group D)

Argentina vs Iceland – Otkrytie Arena – 2pm, June 16 – ITV
Argentina vs Croatia – Nizhny Novgorod Stadium – 7pm, June 21 – BBC
Nigeria vs Argentina – Krestovsky Stadium – 7pm, June 26 – BBC

How to watch Manchester City at the World Cup: Full Fixtures & TV Guide

Gabriel Jesus, Fernandinho, Danilo & Ederson – Brazil (Group E)

Brazil vs Switzerland – Rostov Arena – 7pm, June 17 – ITV
Brazil vs Costa Rica – Krestovsky Stadium – 1pm, June 22 – ITV
Serbia vs Brazil – Spartak Stadium – 7pm, June 27 – ITV

How to watch Manchester City at the World Cup: Full Fixtures & TV Guide

Ilkay Gundogan – Germany (Group F)

Germany vs Mexico – Luzhniki Stadium – 7pm, June 17 – BBC
Germany vs Sweden – Fisht Olympic Stadium – 7pm, June 23 – ITV
South Korea vs Germany – Kazan Arena – 3pm, June 27 – BBC

How to watch Manchester City at the World Cup: Full Fixtures & TV Guide

Raheem Sterling, Kyle Walker, Fabian Delph & John Stones – England (Group G)

Tunisia vs England – Volgograd Arena – 7pm, June 18 – BBC
England vs Panama – Nizhny Novgorod Stadium – 1pm, June 24 – BBC
England vs Belgium – Kaliningrad Stadium – 7pm, June 28 – ITV

How to watch Manchester City at the World Cup: Full Fixtures & TV Guide

Vincent Kompany & Kevin De Bruyne (Belgium)

Belgium vs Panama – Fisht Olympic Stadium – 4pm, June 18 – BBC
Belgium vs Tunisia – Spartak Stadium – 1pm, June 23 – BBC
England vs Belgium – Kaliningrad Stadium – 7pm, June 28 – ITV

Also See: All 2018 World Cup Squads and Team Previews.

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