[WATCH/STREAMS!] Manchester City vs Young Boys Live Free Online Broadcast 25 October 2023
Young Boys will be faced with the difficult task of taking on Manchester City in the Champions League group stage at the Wankdorf Stadium on Wednesday. Watch Young Boys vs. Manchester City: TV channel, live stream info, start time
How to watch the UEFA Champions League match between Young Boys and Man City, as well as kick-off time and team news.
Pep Guardiola's team has won their first two matches in Group G and are at the top of the standings, whereas Young Boys are chasing their first win. City have three out of their last five outings across all competitions but they will be confident of picking up three points in this mid-week fixture.
Young Boys are heading into the fixture on the back of a goalless draw against their domestic league leaders Zurich. Taking on City will be an uphill task for the hosts on Wednesday.
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Young Boys vs Man City kick-off time
Date: October 25, 2023
Kick-off time: 3 pm EDT
Venue: Wankdorf Stadium
The game between Young Boys and Man City will be played at the Wankdorf Stadium on Wednesday. Kick-off is at 3 pm EDT for fans in the US.
Young Boys will be missing Kastriot Imeri, who's sidelined for the season with an ACL injury. They will also be without Darian Males, who may not play due to a knock.
Cedric Itten might find a place in the starting lineup after being a substitute in their 0-0 draw with Zurich, potentially replacing Jean-Pierre Nsame.
Manchester City could take this opportunity to rest key players, considering there is the Manchester derby coming up over the weekend.
Players like John Stones and Bernardo Silva, who have recently returned from injuries, may be rested. Manuel Akanji is likely to start, as he will be suspended for the upcoming Manchester derby after receiving two yellow cards in the match against Brighton.
The latest instalment of Group G action in this year's Champions League sees Swiss side Young Boys host Manchester City on Wednesday.
Pinned as major underdogs for this clash, the home side will be desperate to claim one of the biggest scalps in their history, which in turn would give them a chance of qualifying from this group.
But Manchester City arrive after claiming a priceless 2-1 Premier League victory over Brighton at the weekendm which should boost confidence in Pep Guardiola's squad after some recent unusually poor form.
The visitors also arrive on the back of an unbeaten 15-match stint in the Champions League, which they will be looking to extend even further here.
Although City rediscovered their winning form over the weekend, they did once again fail to keep a cleans sheet in the process.
In fact, Guardiola's men have now failed to hold their opponents off the scoresheet in each of their five competitive outings, while nine of their past 10 have seen them concede at least once. That included their Champions League home outing against Crvena zvezda in which the Serbian side took a surprise lead at the Etihad Stadium.
On the road and against a side who'll be desperate to claim a priceless result again, we think that they'll ultimately grab the three points on offer but that they'll also concede again in the process.
Often overshadowed by fellow striker Erling Haaland, Julian Alvarez continues to put up some very impressive goalscoring numbers for Manchester City.
Since joining the club, the Argentine forward has netted 24 times across 63 club appearances with him currently managing to score once per 145 minutes of action. This season, he's already scored three times across two Champions League outings, which leaves him primed for more success in this fixture.
Manchester City will look to continue their perfect start to this season’s Champions League defence as Pep Guardiola’s side visit BSC Young Boys tonight.
City have opened their European campaign with victories over FK Crvena Zvezda and away at RB Leipzig last time out, and now travel to the Swiss champions in Bern.
The treble winners got back to winning wins at the weekend with a 2-1 win against Brighton, following a three-match domestic losing streak that came while Rodri was suspended.
City have a three point lead over RB Leipzig and are five points clear of Young Boys and FK Crvena Zvezda in Champions League Group G, and would be on the verge of qualification to the last-16 with another victory tonight.
City have no fresh injury concerns, with long-term casualty Kevin De Bruyne their only notable absentee. Manuel Akanji is free to play but will be suspended from their next Premier League match after his red card against Brighton.
Pep Guardiola's side, looking to defend the European crown they won for the first time last season, have beaten RB Leipzig and Red Star Belgrade to sit top of Group G and already well on their way to the knockout stages.
There have been a couple of slightly uncomfortable moments for City though, with Red Star taking the lead at the Etihad and Leipzig level until the final five minutes last time out.
The pitch tonight in Switzerland also complicates matters somewhat, with Young Boys playing on a 4G surface that has the potential to make things tricky for the visitors.