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Man City vs Aston Villa live early team news and injury latest plus how to watch on TV

Manchester City will resume their title charge against Aston Villa at the Etihad Stadium tonight.

Pep Guardiola and his star-studded squad are gunning for their fourth straight top-flight crown to follow up their historic treble last season. City are three points behind table-topping Liverpool with nine games to go while Arsenal sit between them.

All three title-chasing teams are in action as part of a full Premier League midweek schedule. Arsenal meet Luton Town at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday night - following their draw against City - while Liverpool welcome Sheffield United to Anfield on Thursday night (7.30pm).

However, for the time being, all eyes are on the Etihad Stadium. Ederson, Kyle Walker and Nathan Ake will miss the Villa match with injury setbacks, while England international John Stones is another doubt.

Follow dedicated build-up and our live Premier League matchday updates below.

With nine games to go, the Premier League title could be claimed by as many as three teams with Liverpool, Arsenal and City going head-to-head for the English crown. City drew with Arsenal on Easter Sunday, of course, to create a three-point gap for Liverpool. Here are the next five top-flight matches City have on their radar;

Wednesday, April 3 vs Aston Villa (H) at 8.15pm

Saturday, April 6 vs Crystal Palace (A) at 12.30pm

Wednesday, April 17 vs Lutom Town (H) at 3pm

Thursday, April 25 vs Brighton & Hove Albion (A) at 8pm

Sunday, April 28 vs Nottingham Forest (A) at 4.30pm

Aston Villa also have one or two important selection decisions to make. Ollie Watkins is the notable absentee for them. The 28-year-old England striker picked up a hamstring injury against Wolves last time out and Unai Emery chatted about