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LIVE: Man City aim to keep up title pace at Huddersfield

Pep Guardiola's side visit Huddersfield -- who are bottom of the Premier League and without a manager -- as they hope to reduce the gap on leaders Liverpool to four points.

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Manchester City need to maintain the pressure on Liverpool and Pep Guardiola has brought back Sergio Aguero and Kevin De Bruyne into his starting lineup. Huddersfield would seem a straightforward win but Guardiola warned they are an unknown quantity under temporary boss Mark Hudson.

Jonathan Smith, Manchester City correspondent1h ago

Danilo's shot deflects in for Man City's opener

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