In their today's match against West Ham, Kevin De Bruyne will start Premier League game running with his teammates as he has made his return from injury against Everton and is now fully fit. He is currently training with his teammates and preparing for their EPL match.
Well, Manchester City have almost their full squad available during their training but their Centre-back Nathan Ake is missing during the training due a muscular problem. He is just training alone in order to recover from injury.
Sergio Aguero is Manchester City top goalscorer and he is training help to a return after he missed four matches.
Manchester City's defence will do something no team in Premier League history has ever achieved and that means they will secure another clean sheet if they train hard.
If Manchester City win against West Ham, it will make them the first team to concede as little as four goals in 18 straight Premier League games in 2020/21 season and probably in premier league history as well.
Man City have won more 33 Premier League points so far in 2021 than West Ham who has just 22.
EPL: See photos of Kevin De Bruyne, Sergio Aguero and other ManCity players training for their match today:
Sergio Aguero and Kevin De Bruyne are back to the team.
Possible starting XI of both teams:
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