Brazil Football authorities have triggered a FIFA rule to prevent their Premier League stars from playing this weekend after failing to honour international calls. Manchester City have suffered the huge blow in the whole division as they will miss their number one Goalkeeper Ederson & number one Striker Gabriel Jesus will not play against Leceister City. Man City might be relieved if Premier League succeeds to find political solution with FIFA to overturn the rule. Manchester City might be forced to start their 3rd choice Goalkeeper Scott Carson after Zack Steffen tested positive for Covid-19 on international duty.
Manchester City have received a big boost ahead of their upcoming Premier League fixture against Leceister City at Kingpower Stadium after stars Kevin De Bryune & Phil Foden reported back to training. Phil Foden recovered from muscle injury while Kevin De Bryune had suffered Hamstring injury and the two might feature against Leceister City on Saturday.
3: Manchester City Next 7 Crunch Fixtures Revealed
Manchester City will have the toughest period after their upcoming 7 fixtures in all competitions were revealed. Pep Guardiola men will visit Leceister City this weekend for a Premier League clash before hosting RB Leipzig at Etihad Stadium in UEFA Champions League on Tuesday next week. Manchester City will host Southampton at Etihad for Premier League match before entertaining Championship side Wycombe for EFL Carabao Cup. Manchester City will then visit Chelsea (EPL), Paris Saint Germain (UCL) & Liverpool (EPL) successively & consecutively all away games.
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