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Date: Saturday, Feb. 10
Start time: 12:30 p.m. ET
Manchester City hosts Leicester City in Premier League action on Saturday, with Pep Guardiola’s squad closing in on the Premier League crown, leading by 13 points with 12 matches to go.
Manchester City take their new three-match unbeaten streak into the match against Leicester on Saturday. City were beaten for the first time by Liverpool in mid-January to end their dream of an unbeaten season. Still, all signs point to them being the runaway Premier League winners as they’re still 13 points ahead of second place. Their main focus at this point will be on the Champions League as the round of 16 starts in a few weeks. Guardiola strengthened his squad by purchasing defender Aymeric Laporte in January, shoring up what might’ve been City’s only weakness. It would take an epic collapse to even make this a race at this point.
Leicester have only lost once in their past five matches, a 2-1 away defeat to Everton. Claude Puel took over a few months ago and has taken the Foxes into eighth place in the table, just a point behind Burnley in seventh. The last time these two clubs faced off City won 2-0, with goals just before and after halftime. Leicester were a completely different side then, and could pull off an upset this time around. Jamie Vardy has scored in consecutive matches, and Leicester will probably need anther to pull it off.
Leicester will be looking to put the Riyad Mahrez transfer fiasco to one side and focus on matters on the pitch this weekend.
The Algerian midfielder has missed the last couple of matches after seeing a Deadline Day move to City fall through, and has subsequently missed a handful of training sessions in protest.
The Foxes earned a point in his absence last time out, but will have been frustrated in their inability to overcome Premier League strugglers Swansea at the King Power Stadium.
Claude Puel’s side took the lead through Jamie Vardy, but were unable to capitalize on their dominance, with Federico Fernandez’s equalizer earning the Swans a point.
The two teams last encounter came back in November, with Guardiola’s side in irrepressible form. City ran out comfortable 2-0 winners, as Gabriel Jesus and Kevin De Bruyne secured three points for the visitors.
Manchester City have a number of injury concerns, with Pep Guardiola missing some of his best attacking talent.
Gabriel Jesus and Leroy Sane will both miss the game, with David Silva still to prove his fitness after a recent abdominal injury. Benjamin Mendy and Fabian Delph are ruled out, whilst John Stones is struggling.
Big money signing Aymeric Laporte could return to the starting line-up after watching last week’s draw with Burnley from the substitutes bench.
Claude Puel has close to a fully-fit squad to choose from, though troubled Riyad Mahrez will not make the journey north after refusing to train this week.
Skipper Wes Morgan has not played since limping off against Huddersfield on New Year’s Day, with Aleksandar Dragovic set to continue partnering the impressive Harry Maguire in central defense.