The rescheduled game was originally scheduled to take place on December 29, 2020, but was postponed under the guidance of Premier League officials following a COVID-19 breakout in the City squad.
The Toffees will host Man City at Goodison Park as they try to end City’s impressive win streak, which currently stands at nine games and puts them at the top of the Premier League table (at the time of writing).
Everton are currently in seventh place in the league, having won two of their last five games – the last being a hard-fought 5-4 win against Tottenham Hotspur in an FA Cup instant classic, going into extra time and Carlo’s side Ancelotti saw it coming on top after an impressive comeback.
Everton will want to use Dominic Calvert-Lewin, their star striker who is currently one of the top five goalscorers in the League. Unfortunately, he appears to have adjusted his hamstring and had to leave injured in the Spurs game, so it is uncertain at this point if he will play in this crucial game.
Man City will try to keep up the momentum after their 4-1 win against Liverpool at Anfield last Sunday and their FA Cup win at Swansea on Wednesday, with top ten Ilkay Gundogan and Raheem Sterling standing out.
Before this match takes place, Man City goes against Spurs On Saturday, February 13 and Everton will face Fulham the next day Sunday, February 14
Everton v Manchester City live stream – watch live in the UK
Everton will welcome Manchester City to Goodison Park Wednesday, 17th of FebruaryThe kick-off is over 8.15 pm, and you can follow the game live Amazon Prime Video
If you already have a subscription to Prime Video, you can watch the game at no extra cost as all matches streamed on the service are included in a subscription (which costs £ 7.99 per month or £ 79 per year).
If you’ve never subscribed to Amazon Prime before, you can watch the match for free by taking advantage of one Try it free for 30 days – allows you to watch Man City v Everton and all Prime shows and movies.
If you sign up earlier Sunday, February 14 you will also be able to catch Southampton against Wolves live, which starts at noon and is also included with a Prime subscription.
Amazon’s Premier League coverage is like watching football on a TV or sports channel – they have highlights, as well as half-time and post-game coverage with presenters like Gabby Logan and Simon Thomas breaking down the action with pundits like Michael Owen, Phil Neville, Alan Shearer, Peter Crouch, Paul Scholes, Eni Aluko and many more.
When streaming matches, you also have access to Amazon Prime’s ‘X-ray’ feature that allows you to see team lineups, player profiles and live real-time stats as the game plays. You also have the option to listen to live commentary or stadium audio without additional audio.
Once the 30-day free trial ends, you’ll be billed for Amazon Prime the following month, so don’t forget to cancel before the 30-day expiration if you don’t want to continue the service.
Prime Video also includes a wide variety of other content, including sports shows like theirs Everything or nothing documentary series with features that focus on Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur, as well as other sports such as American Football with NFL teams such as the Philadelphia Eagles and the Dallas CowboysYou can also take a look behind the scenes with the Brazil national football team, or the New Zealand All Blacks rugby union squad.
How to watch Amazon Prime Video
You can watch Amazon Prime Video directly through the website or through apps supported for more than 650 connected devices
The most accessible ways to view are through the Amazon Fire TV Stick and Fire TV Cube, as well as apps on Sky and Virgin Media set-top boxes, apps on mobile devices, compatible game consoles and the latest smart TVs.
If you can’t watch the game live, you can watch it the morning after it airs, along with highlights, goal videos, interviews and studio analysis.
Manchester City v Everton will be streamed live on Wednesday 17 February from 7.30pm, kicking off at 8.15pm. Amazon Prime Video
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