Phil Foden has been a standout both for Manchester City and England over the past year - showcasing why Pep Guardiola has put faith in the midfielder to join the first team on a regular basis. Foden won the FIFA Under-17s World Cup Golden Ball and BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year after his brace in the final helped England win the U17 World Cup.
In the build up to the derby, we look back to one of the most famous Manchester City victories against cross-city rivals Manchester United. As Roberto Mancini faced off against Sir Alex Ferguson off the pitch, City dominated at Old Trafford and recorded an emphatic 6-1 win. The 2011 game is most famous for Mario Balotelli's antics, and that now famous phrase 'Why Always Me'.
The Manchester Derby is one of the fiercest cross-city rivalries in Britain, and in the last few years especially, it has often become a title decider. Whet the appetite for the opening derby of 2018-19 with this great scene-setter.
Maine Road was Manchester City's home before the Etihad was even a dream in the back of the club's mind. This gave the final derby before City's move to the Etihad even more importance. Shaun Goater's brace included his 100th goal for City and solidified the slogan: 'Feed the Goat, and he will score'.
Ahead of the Manchester derby, Pep Guardiola discusses Manchester United and their UEFA Champions League win against Juventus. The City boss also gives his reaction to former FC Barcelona player Dani Alves' comments after he described being coached by Guardiola as "Better than sex".
The Italian left an undeniable mark both on and off the field during his time at Manchester City. With his notorious antics off the pitch and his tenacious attitude on it, Manchester City gained a character. During a fiery Manchester derby, Mario Balotelli asked us all: 'Why Always Me?'.
This is the goal that cemented Shaun Wright-Phillips as a top young talent, and a Manchester City cult hero. It wasn't only one of the best goals of the season, but also a memorable one as it gained them a victory against cross-city rivals Manchester United. Wright-Phillips' goal put the gloss on a 4-1 win over United after Robbie Fowler, Trevor Sinclair and Jon Macken had also found the net.
Les 'Chappy' Chapman talks us through the now infamous moment when Mario Balotelli lifted his Manchester City jersey over his head to reveal the words 'Why Always Me'. It now stands as one of the most famous episodes in Manchester derby history. Balotelli finished the 2011 Old Trafford game with two goals, as City thrashed United 6-1.
Arguably the best attacking trio to ever have played for Manchester City, Francis Lee, Colin Bell and Mike Summerbee are all ingrained in our history with cult hero status. They were part of the team that relegated Manchester United from the top-flight of English football - ending their 36 year stay in the First Division.
Relieve the moment Mario Balotelli and his fellow Manchester City players snatched the Premier League title from their arch-rivals hands, as Mario Balotelli speaks exclusively to Dugout, relieving every moment from a magical day in Manchester City and Premier League history!