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Manchester City vs Fulham: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time & where to watch

The kickoff time, channel information, and viewing instructions for Man City vs. Fulham's Premier League match are all provided.

On Saturday, Manchester City will host Fulham at home for their next Premier League game. With victories in their first three games, Pep Guardiola's club has gotten off to a strong start in the new season. However, Fulham will be eager to turn things around after losing their last two games.

Erling Haaland, the league's leading scorer last season, has already scored three goals for the defending champions, who have only given up one goal in their opening three games. They will be utterly certain of winning their fourth straight league game.

Although Fulham will struggle to match the pace of the hosts, they nevertheless want to battle hard away from home. They will be buoyed by their most recent performance, a Carabao Cup victory over Tottenham that required penalties.

Here, GOAL provides all the information you require for how to watch, including the TV channel, streaming information, and more.

Time of the Man City vs. Fulham game
September 20, 2023
Time of kickoff: 10:00 AM EDT
Location: Etihad Stadium
On Saturday, the Etihad Stadium will host the match between Man City and Fulham. The game begins at 10 a.m. EDT for US viewers.

Online streaming options & TV stations for Man City vs. FulhamPeacockWatch this
The event will be broadcast live in the US on Peacock. After the final whistle, game highlights will be broadcast on the club's official YouTube channels. On GOAL, live updates are accessible.

squads and team news
squad news for Man City
The team's newest addition, Jeremy Doku, did not play against Sheffield United but could make his Citizens debut this coming Saturday. It will be intriguing to watch if Matheus Nunes, their newest acquisition, will play in front of the home crowd.

John Stones and Kevin De Bruyne won't be able to play for Man City because of lingering injuries. Manuel Akanji, who missed the victory over Sheffield United due to sickness, is anticipated to be back in the starting lineup.

Ederson; Walker, Akanji, Dias, Gvardiol; Rodri, Kovacic; Foden, Alvarez, Grealish; Haaland made up Man City's expected starting lineup.