Manchester City pre-season fixtures: Who do Manuel Pellegrini's men play before the Premier League starts?
A look at every pre-season fixture involving Manchester City
Wednesday 23 July 2014
As Manchester City look to retain their Premier League crown in the coming season, they have picked a interesting run of pre-season games to get ready for the challenge.
City played two matches Scotland, losing 2-0 to Dundee before beating Hearts 2-1, to kick off their pre-season.
From there, like Manchester United, Manuel Pellegrini has taken his squad State-side.
They will compete in the Guinness International Champions Cup with the most intriguing game being against the runners-up from the Premier League last season, Liverpool.
City's trip will see them complete 10,181 miles.
City get the defence of their title underway against Newcastle on the opening weekend.
Check out the full schedule below...
Wednesday July 23: Sporting Kansas City, Sporting Park, Kansas
Sunday July 27: AC Milan, Heinz Field, Pittsburgh - Guinness International Champions Cup
Wednesday July 30: Liverpool, Yankee Stadium, New York - Guinness International Champions Cup
Saturday August 2: Olympiacos, TCF Bank Stadium, Minnesota - Guinness International Champions Cup
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