Is Everton vs Man City on TV? Channel, live stream free, kick-off time and team news for Premier League game TONIGHT

MAN CITY are looking to tighten their grip on a third Premier League title under Pep Guardiola as they head to Everton.

With title rivals Man Utd and Liverpool in European action, City can go a staggering ten points clear with a victory.

What time does Everton vs Man City kick off?

  • Everton vs Man City takes place on Wednesday, February 17.
  • The match kicks off at 8.15pm.
  • It takes place at Goodison Park.

What TV channel is Everton vs Man City on and can I live stream it free?

  • Everton vs Man City is live on Amazon Prime.
  • You can sign up for the streaming service here.
  • If you want to watch free, you can get a 30-day trial.

Team news

Dominic Calvert-Lewin has been ruled out of this game in a bitter blow to Carlo Ancelotti's Everton.

However, Jordan Pickford is set to return in goal and Allan may be in line for some game time.

Sergio Aguero was back on the bench at the weekend but is not expected to be rushed back into action for this one.

Ruben Dias has recovered from a fever and should return to the starting line-up while Ilkay Gundogan is set to miss out.

Latest odds

Everton 8/1

Draw 19/5

Man City 1/3

*Odds from Ladbrokes correct as of Tuesday, February 16

  • Rebecca Chaplin


    Goodison is looking inviting under the lights.

    Will Everton be able to produce an Ancelotti masterpiece this evening?

  • Rebecca Chaplin


    Manchester City are riding high and settling into their comfortable position at the top of the table, while Everton are scrambling for a European spot.

    Everton started so brightly this season, unlike tonight’s opponents, and will be looking to make amends after their shock home defat at the hands of Fulham.

    The Toffees also have a score to settle with City.

    Carlo Ancelotti was less than impressed when their festive fixture was called off due to a Covid outbreak, just four hours before kick-off.

    At the time, Everton were second and only a few points off league-leaders Liverpool, how times have changed.

    Everton have struggled at home recently and currently trail City by 16 points, but they are confident they can get back to winning ways.

    Dominic Calvert-Lewin will miss the fixture due to an injury, but Jordan Pickford and Allan are set to return to the fold.

    City have their own injury woes, as Ilkay Gundogan is out with a groin injury.

    However, Ruben Dias and Kevin De Bruyne are both back in the squad, although it seems likely that they’ll start on the bench having just overcome a fever and a thigh injury respectively.

    Stick with us this evening as we see if Pep Guardiola’s side can extend their lead at the top, or if the much-decorated Ancelotti can inspire his side to a win.

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