Injury setback for Manchester City as Guardiola confirms 3 key-players out, on the trip to Anfield
By Tormeewa | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 8979 views
Manchester City are currently sitting at the top of the top of the Premier League table after a comfortable 2-0 win against Burnley on Tuesday night. Manchester City are 7 points ahead of the current champions “Liverpool”.
Liverpool on the other hand has been having a quite difficult time in Anfield, after playing four home matches with now wins.
The Manchester City boss “Pep Guardiola” has confirmed three players will be missing for their clash against Liverpool at Anfield. In his press conference, Pep Guardiola has made it know that Kevin De Bruyne, Kun Aguero and Nathan Ake will be out due to injury and unfitness.
Manchester City are currently having a nice time in the premier league with nine matches winning run.
The 20 year old new Liverpool signing “Ozan Kabak” could also be making his premier league debut against Manchester City, since a clearance to appear in the squad has been accepted.
Could Manchester City lengthen their win run and worsen Liverpool’s home games woe?
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