Everything you need to know ahead of City's Premier League clash with Watford...
When and where:
The game is set to take place away at Vicarage Road on Tuesday 4 December, kick-off at 8pm GMT.
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Pep Guardiola will assess Sergio Aguero's fitness, after the Argentine missed Saturday's triumph over Bournemouth, and he will also wait to see how Oleksandr Zinchenko is after gashing his nose against the Cherries.
Kevin De Bruyne is again ruled out with ligament damage sustained in the Carabao Cup win over Fulham.
Benjamin Mendy is out for up to 12 weeks, while goalkeeper Claudio Bravo is a long-term absentee, having sustained an Achilles tendon injury. The Chilean 'keeper underwent scans, which confirmed a rupture in the tendon of his left foot.
Adalberto Penaranda (foot) is unlikely to feature, while Daryl Janmaat is also a doubt.
Tom Cleverley (achilles) is close to a return, but Tuesday's game could prove too soon.
The last time...
The two sides last met on in January, with the Blues winning 3-1.
Raheem Sterling and Aguero were on target, while the home side also benefited from a Christian Kabasele own-goal. Andre Gray bagged a consolation for the visitors.
City's last visit to Vicarage Road proved a memorable one as the Blues sailed to a 6-0 win, inspired by an Aguero hat-trick.
Pep Guardiola preview:
Referee: Paul Tierney
Assistants: Constantine Hatzidakis, Mick McDonough
Fourth official: Michael Oliver
- There have been 26 competitive meetings between the two sides with City emerging victorious in 15, including the last eight.
- The Blues are unbeaten in the last 13 fixtures against the Hornets with our last defeat occurring in March 1989 - a 1-0 Division Two reverse.
- Sergio Aguero has scored 10 goals in five games against Watford. He bagged a hat-trick on the last visit to Vicarage Road in a 6-0 triumph.
- Since the start of last season, Leroy Sane has provided more assists in the Premier League than any other player (20).
- Raheem Sterling became the first player in Premier League history to score in his first six appearances against a single opponent, netting in all six of his games against Bournemouth.
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