Manchester City have been in the field without England youngster Phil Foden for the last four EPL matches and 1 UCL match. 21-year old made his first debut this season yesterday against Wycombe in Etihad stadium in Carabao cup match third round.
The Stockport-born midfielder was in the form that made him such a key figure for his side. He Scored the third goal in the first half and found Torres with a lovely ball for City’s fourth goal of the night.
Chelsea will host Manchester City in English premier league match at Stamford bridge on Saturday. This will be the toughest match as the EPL champions are looking forward to regain the lost points in a draw against Southampton in their last match.
Chelsea have also been in form since the beginning of the season and have not lost any single match with only one goal conceded.
Phil Foden will impose challenge to Chelsea defence following his perfect and quality skills shown yesterday night against Wycombe. He has come back with a great start that will see him making good progress on Saturday against Chelsea.
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