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Sunday football live blog



Join us for live updates as Manchester City host archrivals Manchester United in their Barclays Premier League first derby of the season at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday afternoon. Kickoff is at 3:30pm CAT (SA, GMT+2), and the matchn will of course be shown live on SS3, SSHD3, Maximo and supersport.com.

United lead the defending champions by three points at the top and will look to open a six-point gap. A win for City will still keep United in pole position because of their superior goal difference.

In the other matches, Everton visit Tottenham (5pm) and West Ham host Liverpool (6pm). Tottenham and Liverpool are on a high after reaching the Europa League last 32 on Thursday.

Consult the TV guide for channel details.

In the Absa Premiership, Mamelodi Sundowns will be looking for their first win under Pitso Mosimane in his second match in charge when they host Black Leopards at Lucas Moripe Stadium. Kick-off is at 3:30pm CAT (SA, GMT+2) and the match is broadcast live on SS4 and supersport.com

Free State Stars host Bloemfontein Celtic in a derby clash at Charles Mopeli Stadium, while AmaZulu entertain Bidvest Wits at Moses Mabhida Stadium.

Follow the action right here and use #SSDiski (local football) or #SSFootball (Barclays Premier League) for comments.



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