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Man City under-19s vs Crvena Zvezda LIVE UEFA Youth League goal and score updates

Manchester City Academy are looking to kick-off their UEFA Youth League campaign with a win today as they welcome Crvena Zvezda to the Joie Stadium.

City successfully got out of a tough group last season but were beaten in the first knockout round away to Hajduk Split in a disappointing return for. After a summer of exits that include top scorer Carlos Borges, Player of the Year Oscar Bobb, captain Shea Charles and the prolific Dire Mebude, the under-19 squad will have a much more youthful look to it this season.

Brian Barry-Murphy's side have recovered from a difficult start to the season to get back on track at under-21 level, with those eligible for this competition looking to improve on last year's disappointment. And with Pep Guardiola declaring that he may turn to the youth team next week in the Carabao Cup, this is a chance for some players to catch his eye and potentially earn a call-up.

Guardiola is missing four key players at senior level, so some young players could also be called upon in the Champions League against Red Star later on Tuesday night - with four players training with the first team on Monday.

Follow below for live updates from the Joie Stadium.

City have played 64 games in the Youth League in their history, but have won less than half (31). It's a competition that has seen them struggle for consistency in recent years.

Last year was the first time in five years that they progressed past the Group Stage, although there was no edition of the competition in 2020/21, having reached the semi-final the previous year in 2017/18.

That is their best performance, having reached the quarter-finals twice, round of 16 twice, and the intermediate stage in 16/17.

Could this year be the one where the young