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City unchanged for Foxes clash

SAME AGAIN: Blues unchanged for Foxes

SAME AGAIN: Blues unchanged for Foxes

Pep Guardiola names an unchanged City starting XI for the visit of Leicester City.

The Blues' boss understandably hasn't changed the side that played so well against Palace.

The fit-again Sergio Aguero starts on the bench while John Stones, Fabian Delph, Bacary Sagna and Claudio Bravo remain sidelined with injury.


Caballero, Fernandinho, Kompany (c), Otamendi, Clichy, Yaya Toure, De Bruyne, Silva, Sterling, Sane, G Jesus

Subs: Gunn, Aguero, Nolito, Zabaleta, Fernando, Kolarov, Navas


Expect the same formation City played against Palace with Fernandinho part of the back four in his occasional role as right-back.

Yaya Toure will play as the deep-lying central midfielder with Leroy Sane and Raheem Sterling working the flanks and David Silva and Kevin De Bruyne the creative genius behind Gabriel Jesus.

Leicester City line-up:

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City haven't had the best of fortunes against Leicester having won only two of the last seven Premier League meetings, drawing two and losing three.


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