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Manchester City vs Fulham Live Football Score 05-02-2022

Manchester City is going head to head with Fulham starting on 5 Feb 2022 at 15:00 UTC at Etihad Stadium stadium, Manchester city, England. The match is a part of the FA Cup.
Premier League toppers Manchester City will be looking to continue their quest for silverware in the FA Cup campaign by defeating high-flying Championship side Fulham at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday. Apart from the English top flight where they still hold an unassailable nine-point lead over Liverpool, Pep Guardiola’s men also look like they’re taking the FA Cup seriously this year. They brushed aside Swindon 4-1 in the last round with Bernardo Silva, Gabriel Jesus, İlkay Gundogan and Cole Palmer finding the back of the net. They will be keen to win the FA Cup for the seventh time in their history, their last was in 2019.

Fulham, on the other hand, lead the second tier with a five point gap at the top of the table and will be full of confidence. Similar to City, the Cottagers saw off Bristol City by a goal to nil, they will be looking for a journey that ends in their first ever FA Cup trophy. Marco Silva’s side have also earned plenty of plaudits for their relentless attacking style this season and the Portuguese gaffer will hope his side remain the favourites to finish at the top of the pile and secure an immediate return to the PL top flight.

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With both sides leading their respective divisions Saturday’s fixture promises to be another goal fest as City’s Jack Grealish, Phil Foden and Fulham’s Serbian striker Aleksandar Mitrovic will be raring to add more goals under their belt. And Fans here can check the details as to When, Where and How to watch the Manchester City vs Fulham FA Cup 2021-22 match live streaming online and telecast.

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Manchester City are markedly healthy on the injury front, as Guardiola is set to welcome back Riyad Mahrez returns after AFCON duty. However, Oleksandr Zinchenko and Cole Palmer may be on the sidelines due to their respective injuries.
As for Fulham, Kenny Tete is expected to miss out at the weekend’s clash due to a groin injury. Apart from that, club boss Marco Silva has a full squad at his disposal. Meanwhile, Liverpool loanee Neco Williams could be handed his debut in this match.

Event details:
NAME: Manchester City – Fulham
DATE: 5 Feb 2022
TIME: 15:00 UTC
VENUE: Etihad Stadium, Manchester, England

As the old saying goes, anything can happen in football, but it would take a collapse of catastrophic proportions for Man City to lose their grip on the Premier League title now, even if they did drop two points against Southampton in their most recent game.
A Kyle Walker-Peters stunner preceded Aymeric Laporte’s equaliser as Man City saw their eight-game winning run across all competitions come to a disappointing end, but they still hold a mammoth nine-point lead over Liverpool having played a game more.
There was no shortage of attacking prowess as City put four past Swindon in the third round of the FA Cup last month, but the passing of the torch may have occurred with Julian Alvarez’s capture, as Sergio Aguero’s fellow Argentine remains on loan at River Plate for the time being.

Premier League titles and EFL Cup wins are second nature to Guardiola at this point, and while he has only marched to one FA Cup win during his time at the Etihad Stadium, Man City have never been knocked out earlier than the fifth round under his tutelage.
The Premier League champions also welcome Fulham to the Etihad having won each of their last eight on home soil in all competitions, but Fulham ought to be grateful for the practice on City’s turf should their promotion bid end up proving successful.

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