The Manchester City bandwagon continues to roll on. Raheem Sterling’s late goal against Feyenoord took their winning run to 17 consecutive games and the sun is definitely shining over the Etihad Stadium.
Last time out, Pep Guardiola saw his side go to Leicester City and come out 2-0 victors. It was another counter-attacking masterclass and perhaps lucky to not go down to ten men early on after Vincent Kompany chopped down Jamie Vardy.
To build an unbeaten run you need your breaks and things went City’s way on Saturday. But this weekend the Terriers will be hoping they can put the league leaders under pressure at the John Smith’s Stadium.
However, Huddersfield’s pressing style, coupled with the expectation in the you must at least have a go at home, could play straight into the away side’s hands.
As the Argentine striker started on Tuesday, the Brazilian may get the nod, with Sané and possibly Sterling beside him.
David Silva is likely to come back into the midfield, as is Fernandinho for Yaya Touré. Nicólas Otamendi returns from suspension and with John Stones’ hamstring injury, it will be Kompany or Eliaquim Mangala beside the former Valencia defender.
So who should Guardiola name in his starting XI for the trip to Huddersfield?
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