Manchester City vs. Leeds: Premier League lineup prediction

Manchester City vs. Leeds: Premier League lineup prediction

Manchester City vs. Leeds: On Wednesday evening, Manchester City will travel to Elland Road to face Leeds United in Premier League play.

Previous encounters between this duo do not instantly reveal a pattern. Yes, City scored eleven unanswered goals against Leeds in two games last season. In the previous season, however, Pep Guardiola’s champions earned just one point against the Yorkshire club. Manchester City vs. Leeds

Manchester City vs. Leeds (4-3-3) Lineups

GK: Ederson – The heavily tattooed goalkeeper is pleased with his body art and wants everyone to know about it. He explained, “I have them on my neck to show that I’m a guy who loves tattoos.” The message has been received.

RB: Kyle Walker – Rico Lewis was the most recent young player to receive Guardiola’s effusive praise. Lewis may not be rushed into consecutive starts after starring against Liverpool last Thursday. The manager has never been one to overuse a young talent; look at Phil Foden’s battle for minutes.

John Stones – CB Stones surprised England’s in-house media team during the World Cup by revealing that he would choose the President of the United States if he could be one person for a day. Strive for excellence

CB: Aymeric Laporte – “During the World Cup, Laporte admitted, “I don’t enjoy watching matches.” This indicates how much more of the tournament the City center-back was interested in after Spain was eliminated in the second round.

LB: Joao Cancelo – Cancelo is well-versed in both fullback positions and is willing to play wherever Guardiola instructs. “I always try to help the team wherever they need me,” he explained. “If the manager asks me to be the goalkeeper, I can do that as well!”

CM: Kevin De Bruyne – De Bruyne may have been “grumpy” upon his return from Belgium’s unsuccessful World Cup campaign, according to Guardiola. He also emphasized that he is “one of the greatest, greatest, greatest players in the history of this club.”

CM: Bernardo Silva – Bernardo’s brief cameo against Liverpool on Thursday ensured that he has appeared in every City game in all competitions this season.

Riyad Mahrez, City’s leading scorer from the previous season, has scored in each of his last three appearances, including the game-winning goal against Liverpool to kick off the post-World Cup schedule with a bang.

ST: Erling Haaland – Former RB Salzburg manager and current Leeds head coach Jesse Marsch gave the lifelong Leeds supporter “permission” to play with a minor hamstring injury.

LW: Phil Foden – Foden, praising Guardiola’s influence, asserts that he has benefited from it “ten times better as a player” after training with the Catalan.