Everton Vs Manchester City Stream

Everton vs Manchester City: Premier League prediction and preview, TV channel, live streaming online, start time, team news, line-ups, head to head, betting tips, odds

Team news
Everton have lost Idrissa Gueye (thigh) and Tom Davies (neck) over the international break. Ashley William is serving a ban for a red card. Sam Allardyce will also be without Gylfi Sigurdsson (knee) until May, joining Mason Holgate (knee), James McCarthy (calf) and Eliaquim Mangala, on loan from Saturday’s opponents. Sergio Aguero (knee) continues to be assessed but could make the matchday squad. Fabian Delph (knock) is hopeful of a return after over a month out. Benjamin Mendy (knee) has returned to training but is severely lacking match fitness after six months out. Another three points for Manchester City on Saturday will leave the Premier League pacesetters just one win away from the title.

Everton are the opponents at Goodison Park, one of just four teams to take points off City this season and the first way back in August as Wayne Rooney’s opener was cancelled out by Raheem Sterling. The last time City visited Merseyside they went home empty-handed as Liverpool won a thriller 4-3, but the Toffees are struggling with injuries and suspensions so anything but a loss would be a surprise. Scroll down for Standard Sport’s comprehensive preview.

Start time

Everton host Manchester City at Goodison Park with kick-off scheduled for 5.30pm on Saturday, March 31. TV and live online coverage The match will be televised live on BT Sport 1, with coverage starting from 5pm. BT Sport subscribers will be able to stream the match online via the video player and the BT Sport app. You can follow all the build-up and action from 4.30pm with Standard Sport’s London Football live blog.

Real Madrid Vs Juventus Live

For a long stretch of last year’s Champions League final, Juventus looked like it was capable of upsetting defending champions Real Madrid. Cristiano Ronaldo opened scoring, but Mario Mandžukić responded with an overhead kick that will go down as one of the best goals in the competition’s history. Juve hung with Los Meregues for the first hour.

Match info
UEFA Champions League quarter-final
Real Madrid vs Juventus Live
Date: Wednesday, April 11
Start Time: 2:45p ET
Live/Repeat:Live

But after Casemiro scored a deflected goal, Madrid took control. Ronaldo found a second shortly afterwards, and Marco Asensio finished the night with a fourth goal in stoppage time, causing Juve to suffer a bit of an embarrassing loss on the scoreboard. It would be Leonardo Bonucci’s final game with the Old Lady, and Gigi Buffon looked like he knew it might be his last shot at winning a European title.

Just under a year later, Juventus will have its shot at revenge. On Friday, the Bianconeri were drawn against Real Madrid in the Champions League quarterfinals, and will have a chance to deny Madrid’s historic run to a third consecutive title.How Real Madrid got here

While Madrid’s Round of 16 draw looked tricky, it coasted through to the quarterfinals with relative ease. Neymar and Paris Saint-Germain were supposed to cause Los Merengues serious problems, but Madrid posted a 3-1 win in the first leg at Parc des Princes, and Neymar was injured in a Ligue 1 game between the two legs. Madrid was able to field a rotated team and win 2-1 at home in the second leg.
How Juventus got here