Manchester City’s Pep Guardiola will host Leeds United from Marcelo bielsa on Saturday at 8.30 (ARG / URU) / 7.30 (CHI) / 6.30 (COL / ECU / PER / MEX) in the Etihad Stadium, in a match on the 31st date of the Premier League that you can see by ESPN Y ESPN Play.
In the local team, ‘Kun’ Sergio Agüero is expected to start in attack accompanied by Brazilian Gabriel Jesus.
Those led by the Spanish come from achieving an agonizing 2-1 UEFA Champions League triumph against Borussia Dortmund at the hands of Kevin De Bruyne and Phil Foden in the last minute of play.
In the English championship, City arrives as the only leader of the competition and with a considerable advantage over Manchester United, his shooting guard, scoring 14 points with eight dates remaining for the end of the season. In the last game, the Citizens defeated Leicester 2-0 at the hands of Mendy and Gabriel Jesus.
On the other hand, those from Bielsa march in eleventh position in the tournament, with the same number of points as Arsenal, which is tenth and come to this match with a small positive streak in the face of the tough string of matches against big rivals in the Premier League.
Last day it was a 2-1 win over Sheffield United with goals from Harrison and Jagielka against, while on matchday 29 it was a victory for the same result over Fulham, with goals from Bamford and Raphinha.
In the last meeting between the two teams, played on the fourth date of this season, it was a 1-1 draw between those of Bielsa and Guardiola, with shouts of Moreno for those of Loco and Sterling in the Mancunians.
Manchester City: Ederson; Walker, Laporte, Dias, Mendy; Fernandinho, Rodri; Mahrez, De Bruyne, Jesus; and Agüero.
Leeds: Meslier; Ayling, Llorente, Cooper, Alioski; Phillips; Raphinha, Dallas, Roberts, Harrison; Bamford.
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