Pep Guardiola has no new injury concerns but could rotate; Saints without Danny Ings; follow Man City vs Southampton live on Sky Sports PL and Main Event from 5.30pm; Kick-off 6pm; watch free highlights shortly after full time on Sky Sports website and app.
Wednesday 10 March 2021 08:47, UK
Manchester City’s Phil Foden in action against Sheffield United
Manchester City’s Phil Foden could feature from the off
Team news, stats and prediction ahead of Man City vs Southampton in the Premier League on Wednesday (kick-off 6pm).
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has no fresh injury concerns.
Guardiola has no new issues following the Manchester derby defeat to United that ended his side’s 21-game winning run but the City boss routinely makes changes and could well do so for the midweek visit of Saints.
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Phil Foden and Sergio Aguero could be in contention for starting roles at the Etihad, while Nathan Ake is available for selection again.
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The striker suffered another setback in an injury-hit season when he was forced off early on in Southampton’s win over Sheffield United on Saturday with what appeared to be a muscle problem in his leg.
Manager Ralph Hasenhuttl has said Ings’ latest injury is “serious but not too serious” and that he could be fit by the end of the month.