Premier league makes a return by 16th of October after a two week International break. Both big teams have released there players for the same. With the sky blue side of Manchester having some particular concerns.
Both Ederson and Gabriel Jesus are fully in contention for Brazil against Uruguay on Friday of 15th. Something which may affect there commitments into Saturday's club premier league fixture schedule.
Manchester City are expected to play Burnley with barely less than 36hrs. After the two South America team face each other in a world Cup qualifiers. And that means Pep is expected to plan for the match without the duo.
Meanwhile as per the Daily Mail, via the Sun talks are currently underway between clubs and relevant federations. To try help the players skip the last fixtures so as to attend the club matches.
As Pep ponders on the possibilities of players coming back with important injuries. So is the probability of changing on formations to cater for the unavailable players. A win for Manchester City at Etihad Stadium will take them top of the table.
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