Bayern Munich vs Man City: Where to watch plus latest Manchester City team news

Everything you need to know about Manchester City’s next pre-season game.

Manchester City will continue their tour of the United States when they take on Bayern Munich at Lambeau Field on Sunday in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

The Sky Blues head into the game on the back of their 2-1 victory over Club America on Thursday. Kevin de Bruyne netted both of the club’s goals in Houston.

City now face a tough test in Bundesliga champions Bayern, who beat DC United 6-2 in their previous pre-season fixture on Thursday.

The game will be Pep Guardiola side’s last pre-season fixture before their Community Shield clash against Liverpool on Saturday 30 July.

Ahead of the game with Bayern, here’s all the key information…

When is Bayern Munich vs City?

The game takes place on Sunday 24 July and kicks off at 12am UK time, that’s 6pm in Green Bay the previous day.

Where to watch Bayern Munich vs City?

The Sky Blues will be showing the game live on their official platforms, including their TV channel City+.

The club will also stream the game on their website and app, provided you have a City+ membership. Joining City+ currently costs £2.99 per month.

What’s the latest Man City team news?

New summer signing Erling Haaland missed City’s fixture against Club America on Thursday due to a minor injury, but could feature in their clash with Bayern on Sunday.

"Next game he’ll be ready,” Guardiola told the media. “He had niggles, we don’t want to take risks, maybe against Bayern, we will see.

"He made two sessions, we don’t want to take risks. The season is so long; we will have time, don’t worry.

Considering Haaland's market value, the £51m paid by Man City for his services is a relative bargain. He has 20 goals in 21 appearances for Norway and has an incredible 135 goals and 36 assists in 183 club games - including 85 goals in 88 games for Borussia Dortmund.

"He had some problems last season at Dortmund but we try to handle it; it’s not a big issue.

"We want to take care of them. When we come back we want to be fit; the player has to be fit to be ready. It will come."

Ruben Dias was also absent from the fixture due to illness, leading to 18-year-old Luke Mbete starting alongside Nathan Ake at centre-back.