The move gives Man City less turnaround time than nearly all of their Premier League rivals with the exception of Wolves, with the club's complaint being further compounded by the fact that Wolves' next opponents are title rivals, Liverpool.
This year's Boxing Day football schedule promises to be an absolute belter, with NINE games of Premier League action available for all the armchair fans who don't plan on moving at all.
The difference in gaps between matches could leave City at a disadvantage in the battle with Klopp's side for the Premier League crown and the club have expressed their disappointment in the changes.
Looking at positives, Guardiola did point out that his side will now have a longer rest after their clash with Leicester on December 21, as the Wolves fixture was originally planned for Boxing Day.
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"We understand the paying broadcasters are an important consideration when it comes to scheduling but also need to make sure we protect the players" well-being, the sporting integrity of the league and the quality of the product'.
"Another day we will have more recovery than the other ones".
"Premier League officials have been unable to provide a concrete date or time for the TV fixtures announcement, despite requests from the FSA and various club-specific fan groups".
"Spirit of Shankly call on the authorities to do the right thing and revert all Boxing Day fixtures to a sensible kick-off time".
"These fixtures are five days late".
"It is especially sensitive over Christmas, when match-going fans already have challenges regarding fitting in with family arrangements".