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Manchester City (1st, 52 points): Pep Guardiola’s side is looking to get three points here and continue its sure-fire march towards the title. Bournemouth (16th, 16 points): In the relegation fight, they would take a draw here to not fall into the bottom three.
Bournemouth meanwhile are hovering over the relegation zone, with no wins in its last six matches along with getting knocked out of the Carabao Cup this past week. On paper, Manchester City is the heavy favorites, but it’s never smart to count out an Eddie Howe-coached team.
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany will have a fitness test ahead of Saturday’s Premier League clash with Bournemouth. England international Defoe is scheduled to see a specialist after limping out of the midweek Carabao Cup defeat to Chelsea with an ankle issue, while midfielder Harry Arter suffered a calf problem in that game and is unlikely to be available.
Striker Callum Wilson (knee) should be fit to feature at the Etihad Stadium, but full-back Charlie Daniels (groin) and forward Joshua King (hamstring) are both doubts, while Brad Smith (hip), Adam Federici and Tyrone Mings (both back) are definitely out.
The Belgium defender has been out for three games with a muscular injury but is now back in training and is expected to return soon. The availability of playmaker David Silva, who has missed the past two games for personal reasons, is unclear but midfielder Phil Foden (ankle) and defenders Benjamin Mendy (knee) and John Stones (hamstring) are out. Manchester City youngster Phil Foden is facing a spell on the sidelines with ankle ligament damage, manager Pep Guardiola has confirmed.
Guardiola would not reveal how long Foden would be sidelined, but it is a clear setback for the 17-year-old after breaking into the first team this season. “He’s injured, it’s not good,” said Guardiola at a press conference to preview the Premier League leaders’ home clash with Bournemouth on Saturday.