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Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has confirmed Raheem Sterling will play in tomorrow night's Premier League clash at Liverpool.
It will be the first time he's appeared at Anfield since his departure last summer.
Sterling joined City in a £49 million transfer after refusing to sign a new deal with Liverpool. He was booed throughout Sunday's League Cup Final against his old club at Wembley. But his manager says he can handle an Anfield return.
It is the biggest night of Manchester City's season as they return to European action.
They're attempting to make it through to the Champions League quarter-finals for the first time ever.
Standing in their way in the last 16, Dynamo Kiev. Tonight it's the first leg away in Ukraine.
Chris Hall looks ahead to a crucial fixture in City's European history.
Manchester City are in the Ukraine to face Dynamo Kiev in the last 16 of the Champions League.
They're hoping to reach the quarter finals for the first time in their history after losing at this stage twice before.
Former Manchester City footballer Adam Johnson has pleaded guilty at Bradford Crown Court to one count of sexual activity with a child and one count of grooming. He continues to deny two charges of sexual activity with the girl.
The sexual activity offences are all alleged to have happened on January 30, 2015, in two different locations in County Durham.
The allegation of grooming is claimed to have taken place between December 2014 and February 2015.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini says he's 'very worried' about the club's upcoming run of fixtures.
The Chilean says he may have to field a youthful team against Chelsea in the 5th round of the FA Cup.
The fixture is scheduled for Sunday 21st February, one day before the squad fly out to Ukraine for their Champions League last 16 tie with Dynamo Kiev.
Pep Guardiola says he is "like a woman" and will be able to juggle his current role at Bayern Munich and preparations for life at Manchester City from the summer.
City confirmed Guardiola's appointment on a three-year contract on Monday, ending months of speculation over where his next destination would be with Chelsea and Manchester United also linked with him.
The Catalan, who said on Friday that the first contact with City came "in May or June", faces the challenge of ensuring his final season at Bayern ends with success on as many fronts as possible while ensuring he hits the ground running at the Etihad Stadium in the summer.
Asked how he would cope with that, he told reporters at a press conference: "I am like a woman, I can control both situations. I can think of both situations, so it's no problem for me."
The dream scenario of rounding off his Bayern reign with a Champions League, Bundesliga and DFB-Pokal treble is still achievable, and Guardiola insisted his focus is still very much on his work in Germany.
"I had my first talks with (Manchester City) in May or June," he said. "When I am in England, I will say more about it.
"If people don't trust me, then I can't change that. I know this is new for Bayern Munich - a coach has never left them before, it has always been them getting rid of their coach.
"But I will be focusing on the team until my final day here, giving my best to the very last minute."
Forget any moves for players, as the biggest story of transfer deadline day is Pep Guardiola's move to Manchester City.
Moments after City's current boss Manuel Pellegrini made the shock announcement at his pre match press conference that he'll be leaving, the club confirmed that the Spaniard will be the man replacing him in the summer.
Sports Correspondent Chris Hall has the story.
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