Premier league football returns tomorrow with Chelsea and Man City set to face each other by 12:30 at the Stamford Bridge. Chelsea who is still unbeaten this season currently sits in first position with 13 points while Man City sits in fifth position with 10 points.
Both teams are among the top contenders for the Premier league title this season. Apart from this, Guardiola will be hoping to stop Tuchel 100% record against Manchester City.
Tuchel and Guardiola had their press conference this afternoon with both speaking about the game. Tuchel has confirmed that Edourd Mendy is back from injury and will start tomorrow while Mount has joined Pulisic on the sidelines after he got a minor injury against Aston Villa.
Guardiola however has confirmed that some of his players are still out injured. However, Stones, Laporte and Rodri have all travelled with the team to London despite their fitness concerns.
Both Managers are expected to field their best 11 available for the game. Here are the predicted lineups for Tomorrow’s game
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