FA Cup Quarter-Final Match MANCHESTER CITY VS HUDDERSFIELD TOWN LIVE Online, How To Watch FA CUP Watch live stream, you can watchManchester City vs. Huddersfield, 2017 FA Cup, Manchester City are set to play Huddersfield Town in the replay of their FA Cup fifth round matchup,Manchester City vs Huddersfield Town, Time:7:45pm,Wednesday 01/03/2017 March, Etihad Stadium .
Manchester city involvement in the EFL Cup final meant that City were without a game this weekend, and the visit of Huddersfield will be City’s first game in eight days. Those eight days should’ve given the squad a chance to rest up and recuperate before a challenging upcoming schedule.Manchester City still have an eye on other competitions too, not least the Champions League, but with Chelsea and Manchester United drawn together in the last eight, the FA Cup offers their best chance of a trophy in Pep Guardiola’s first season in charge.
City are still fighting on three fronts, and whether or not you see winning any of those competitions an unlikely feat, it’s not over until we’re down and out. Players such as Raheem Sterling, Leroy Sané, Yaya Touré, John Stones, Kevin De Bruyne and David Silva have played a lot of football lately and I’m positive that they will have been grateful of the rest. The challenge now is to see whether or not the players can take off from where they left things – on the back of a decent unbeaten run. City will need to be just as resilient as they have been in previous weeks to emerge with a trophy to show for the campaign. A rest is well deserved and should only bode well for Pep and the boys.
It’s been evident at various points in the season that a Pep Guardiola team won’t lie down and die, especially in Europe. City trailed three times at Celtic Park in September, and managed to emerge with a point. Later on in the competition, we found ourselves down at the hands of Barcelona, however, with the help of Ilkay Gundogan, the Blues turned things round magnificently to win 3-1.City have come from behind to win a few times in the league too, away at Turf Moor and at home to Arsenal. Last Tuesday, Pep’s side showed a resilience that was tested time after time.