Man City predicted lineup vs Liverpool: Community Shield Predicted Line Up for the English Season Curtain Raiser tomorrow.
Manchester City will take on Liverpool for the Community shield. The traditional season opener will pit the two English sides who have lifted themselves a bar above the others in the league. While Jurgen Klopp views the match as what it is, a glorified friendly that does nothing for the team that wins it, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola certainly views it as a trophy they want in their cabinet.
While Liverpool are the European Champions, City dominated all the domestic challenges put ahead of them. They will now look to add the only major trophy missing from their cabinet; The Champions league. But clinching the prestigious title is a journey and it begins tomorrow at the Wembley stadium.
After Pep’s admission that players who played the pre-season are going to be preferred over those that arrived only last week, it is fair to say that Manchester City will not field a full-strength squad and there will be some big names missing from the eleven that take the field tomorrow. However, City have enough depth in their squad to fill any gaps and will not be pushovers. Here at SportsRush, we will look at Man City predicted lineup vs Liverpool
Manchester City have three injured players in the squad right now. Benjamin Mendy will be out of action following his knee injury that will drag into the 2019/2020 season. He is hopeful though, that he will be available for selection as early as next month. Fernandinho will also miss the match after picking up a knee injury during the Copa America with Brazil. It is currently unknown when he will make a comeback. Sensational defender Aymeric Laporte is also out as he continues to nurse a knock. He can return for the game tomorrow but it is unlikely that Guardiola will risk his standout defender from last season with the new season looming ahead of them.
Man City have no players suspended for this match.
Manchester City: Claudio Bravo, Kyle Walker, John Stones, Nicolas Otamendi, Aleksander Zinchenko, Rodri, Kevin De Bruyne, David Silva, Bernardo Silva, Raheem Sterling, Sergio Aguero.
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