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Speaking at his Friday press conference looking ahead to the trip to the John Smith's Stadium, the City manager said there were no injury concerns arising from the midweek Champions League clash with Feyenoord.
"Nothing. Everybody is okay. Yesterday was a day off. Today, I want to see how everyone is," said Pep.
"Vincent is ready to play."
City will make the short journey across the Pennines in a superb vein of form, having won their last 17 games and holding an eight-point lead at the top of the table.
But the City boss says there is no danger of any complacency from his players against David Wagner's side who have made a fine start to life in the Premier League following their promotion last season and who beat Manchester United at home earlier this season.
"We played last season against them. We were not able to win there in the FA Cup, we realised how complicated it is to play there," Pep added.
"What Wagner has done speaks for itself - promotion from the Championship. The result against United.
"But not just that. At home, they have had good results. When they decide to make high pressing, they are so well-organised.
"Like every game away in the Premier League, we will try."
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