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Saturday's Sport: Manchester City eye derby double

A busy Saturday of Premier League action includes Manchester City's trip to Old Trafford, while there is also rugby union, golf and cricket on the agenda.

Along with those four sports, there is also plenty of horse racing taking place and you can keep up to speed with every race on bet365's Sports Live Streaming platform.

Premier League: Guardiola looking for a response

WhatManchester United v Manchester City
WhereOld Trafford, Manchester
When12:30, Saturday 14th January
How to watchBT Sport 1 & BT Sport Ultimate
OddsMan Utd 16/5, Draw 13/5, Man City 17/20

Manchester City suffered a shock 2-0 defeat to Southampton in the League Cup quarter-finals on Wednesday, a result that ended their five-game unbeaten run across all competitions.

Now back to Premier League action, the Citizens will be hoping for a quick response against fierce rivals Manchester United, who overcame Charlton Athletic in midweek to book their place in the last-four stage of the League Cup.

That is now eight straight victories for the Red Devils, who last tasted defeat on 6th November against Aston Villa, but Erik ten Hag knows all too well the kind of attacking prowess City boast.

Pep Guardiola's troops recorded a thumping 6-3 victory in the reverse fixture at the start of October and that same result in Correct Score can be backed at 450/1.

A win for the visitors would take them to within two points of leaders Arsenal, while a victory for the hosts would see them leapfrog Newcastle United into third position.

Premier League: Albion to test Reds' mettle

WhatBrighton v Liverpool
WhereAmex Stadium, Brighton
When15:00, Saturday 14th January
OddsBrighton 11/5, Draw 11/4, Liverpool 11/10

Liverpool face a tough test on the South Coast when they take on Brighton on Saturday afternoon.

The Reds currently lie in seventh place in the Premier League standings, with the Seagulls just one place and one point worse off than their hosts.

Roberto De Zerbi has impressed since taking charge at the Amex Stadium in September and the Italian has made a big call for this game by leaving Leandro Trossard out of his squad due to disciplinary reasons.

The visitors will be without Roberto Firmino, Luis Diaz, Diogo Jota, Virgil van Dijk and Arthur Melo, but James Milner is back in contention after injury.

PGA Tour: Hawaii swings into the weekend

WhatSony Open in Hawaii
WhereWaialae Country Club, Hawaii
When12th-15th January
How to watchSky Sports
Odds N/A

Chris Kirk leads the Sony Open in Hawaii after two rounds and is one shot clear of Taylor Montgomery and JJ Spaun.

Hayden Buckley is fourth alongside David Lipsky.

Cricket: Round two in Harare

WhatZimbabwe v Ireland
WhereHarare Sports Club, Harare
When11:00, Saturday 14th January
How to watchFreesports &
OddsZimbabwe 8/15, Ireland 6/4

Zimbabwe will be aiming to go 2-0 up in the Twenty20 series against Ireland when they clash for the second time at Harare Sports Club on Saturday.

Helped by former England batter Gary Ballance, the Chevrons picked up a five-wicket victory in the opener and they are fancied to follow that up with another success.

Ballance scored 30 to help his side to victory in the first T20 and he is 15/4 to be his team's Top Batter in the second contest.

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