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  •   Home > News > Sports > Soccer

    Manchester City may be in top form, but they're prepared to be tested in football's Premier League

    Manchester City may be in top form, but they're prepared to be tested in football's Premier League

    The Sky Blues are taking on 13th placed Southampton at St. Mary's Stadium.

    City manager Pep Guardiola says they've had trouble with the Saints in the past.

    Kick off's at 6:30.

    Meanwhile Lucas Digne has marked his swift return to Goodison Park by setting up Aston Villa's goal in a 1-nil victory over former club Everton.

    An Everton supporter has been arrested after Digne and Villa team mate Matty Cash were struck on the head by a bottle thrown from the crowd following the goal celebration.

    To Old Trafford, a late goal from Marcus Rashford has helped Manchester United to a 1-nil win over West Ham.

    Newcastle have beaten Leeds 1-nil, and the Wolves lead Brentford 1-nil.

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