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Norwich vs Man City
5:30pm Saturday 14th September
Team news, key stats and predictions before Norwich vs Manchester City in the Premier League
Norwich have been hit by a string of injury setbacks ahead of champions Manchester City’s visit. Full-back Max Aarons (foot ) is place for a spell out after injury on international duty with England U21s, while fellow miniature Lions defender Ben Godfrey will be evaluated on a groin issue.
Goalkeeper Tim Krul (elbow) can be doubtful and on-loan City winger Patrick Roberts is not qualified to face his parent club. Midfielders Mario Vrancic and Moritz Leitner (both calf) are sidelined, combined with Tom Trybull (ankle), whilst captain Christoph Zimmermann (foot), shield Timm Klose along with winger Onel Hernandez (both knee) all carry their own rehabilitation.
City defender John Stones is best healthy to return following a thigh injury. He’ll take the area of Aymeric Laporte, that has been ruled out for five to six months after undergoing knee surgery. Striker Gabriel Jesus (thigh) is back in back and midfielder Ilkay Gundogan has beat a stomach bug but Benjamin Mendy (knee) isn’t yet prepared to go back and winger Leroy Sane (knee) is a long term.
Norwich vs Manchester City is live on Saturday Night Football from 5pm; kick-off 5.30pm. Sky Sports customers can watch in-game clips from the live game site about program and the Sky Sports website. Highlights will also be released on the Sky Sports digital programs and the Sky Sports Football YouTube channel soon.
You don’t have any reason to look at the concerns of Man City and stress, apart from the harm to Aymeric Laporte. Norwich are good going – Todd Cantwell has begun great too although Teemu Pukki is being talked about by everyone. They won’t be doing that against City, although the full-backs like to have high. The Norwich defenders will probably be emptied from Pep Guardiola’s side. The fact Grant Hanley cannot get from the Scotland side tells you something.
Daniel Farke does not adopt – the expectation is that you are going to get beat. If you inquire 90 per cent of Norwich fans now if they’d have a 4-1 hammering seeking to open up the game, or if they’d rather lose 1-0 and not have a shot on goal, I think that they would opt to the former. It is not an embarrassment but they need to go by a positive component, which is how you examine yourself at it. As was Raheem Sterling, kevin De Bruyne was wonderful in Glasgow.
CHARLIE PREDICTS: 2-6 (66/1 with Sky Bet)
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