TV information and live stream details for Man City vs Everton

The stage is set for Manchester City to bring the curtains down on their latest title-winning season.

With a first ever Champions League final on the horizon, Pep Guardiola’s squad have one remaining line of duty to fulfil in the Premier League as Everton prepare to visit the Etihad Stadium.

Of course, it’s a clash which will mark the return of 10,000 supporters to the venue.

Naturally, that provides plenty of excitement following the easing of Covid-19 restrictions, but the main priority for City is to make sure they come through the final day unscathed.

Here is how you can follow every kick as Guardiola’s side aim to finish their 2020/2021 domestic charge on a high.

What channel is Man City vs Everton on?

In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, supporters have been forced to watch the season unfold from the comfort of their own homes.

However, with all 20 clubs in Premier League action at the same time on the final day, not all of the fixtures have been chosen for live TV broadcast on the conventional channels.

Fortunately for the City fans who aren’t one of the lucky 10,000 allowed to attend, the fixture against Everton has been picked out for coverage by Sky Sports on their Premier League channel.

Scheduled to kick-off at 4pm, build-up to this and the other final day matches begins at 3pm on the Premier League channel. If you are not already a subscriber, you can check out the latest Sky Sports package deals here.

Can I stream Man City vs Everton?

Yes, Sky Sports subscribers can stream the game online by using the Sky Go app, available on Apple and Android.

For added insight and the moments that the TV cameras don’t pick up, Manchester Evening News will – as always – be live blogging key events from the Etihad Stadium.

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What is the early Man City vs Everton team news?

With their huge European night on the horizon, City don’t have any serious injuries to contend with, although they were without three players during the 3-2 defeat to Brighton.

England duo Kyle Walker and Raheem Sterling sat out because they ‘were not fully fit’, while departing club record goalscorer Sergio Aguero has missed the club’s last two games.

All three of those should be available for selection this afternoon.

However, the Champions League finalists are likely to act with caution when it comes to Ilkay Gundogan – after he was forced off with an impact injury (knee) against the Seagulls, although Guardiola says he is fit.

As for Everton, they are set to be without the services of Seamus Coleman and James Rodriguez, who is expected to return to action before Colombia’s quest for Copa America glory.