Manchester City are struggling right now. There's no hiding that. They've dropped points in three straight league matches, haven't won a match in over a month, and haven't looked good in a long, long time. Pep Guardiola had his team looking unstoppable and elite at the start of the season -- now they look like a side that has no answers.
Sure, City are still the top team in the Premier League. However, where once they were starting to open up a commanding early-season lead, now they're only on top because of goal differential, with Arsenal and Liverpool catching up to them over the last four weeks. Now they just need to find a win again, any win, by any means. Failing that risks creating larger, harder-to-solve problems for the team to try to work past.
Perhaps fortunately for City, West Bromwich Albion's own form isn't any better. They haven't won a match in six weeks, and though they also only have one loss in that time, that loss came just one week ago. Regardless, West Brom haven't exactly been the cream of the Premier League crop this season -- Tony Pulis' team is struggling and doesn't look good right now. If they can add to City's woes, however, that could go a long way toward turning West Brom's season around.
To watch this match online in the U.S. you can stream it on NBC Sports Live. The match isn't being shown in England, but for listings in other countries you can check out LiveSoccerTV.
TV: Premier League Extra Time (U.S.)
Match Date/Time: Saturday, 10 a.m. ET, 3 p.m. local
Venue: The Hawthorns, West Bromwich, England