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Man City U23s v Everton: Key battles

PURE JOY: Ambrose celebrates after scoring City's second goal

PURE JOY: Ambrose celebrates after scoring City's second goal

Manchester City face the Premier League 2 leaders Everton on Friday but where will the match be decided?

Simon Davies’ side sit second in the table behind Everton and can narrow the gap between the two to three points with victory at the Academy Stadium.

Having suffered only two defeats so far this season, City will go into the match full of confidence but who could make the difference?

Rodney Kongolo v Harry Charsley

Charsley is the joint-third highest scorer in the Premier League 2, behind City's Paolo Fernandes and Liverpool's Harry Wilson; but while Fernandes is likely to be going the other way, Kongolo will have to shackle Charsley.

City's Dutch star in the engine room is often the heartbeat of City's side and will have to be at his best to keep the highly-rated Charsley quiet.

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Thierry Ambrose v Jonjoe Kenny

Having returned during the second half of City's Premier League 2 draw with Hull City on Monday, Ambrose may get the chance to help his teammates on Friday night.

If he gets on the pitch, the French attacker will be eager to show his speed and strength haven't been affected by his lay-offs and that's a very dangerous consideration for any opposing defenders.

Kenny is a typically committed and decisive Everton defender and having been all but a constant in the incredible form of Friday's visitors, he knows how to protect his defence.

Man City v Everton in the Premier League 2 will kick-off at 7pm on Friday 3 March at the Academy Stadium. Head to the ticket website for more information on how you can be there or follow the match on mancity.com!

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