Man City at home of course a difficult fixture, but on the day we have seen that Leicester are capable to shake last seasons Premier League winner and as we did see in the Community Shield, though Man City didn’t field their best eleven, winning a nice trophy.
Date: 11.09.21, Venue: King Power Stadium, Match: Premier League
We do see this as a very difficult task and in April it was no chance to see Leicester as winners, Man City winning 2-0 at King Power, this time without people in the stadium, today we do have a home crowd in the stands and it will of course be fantastic to see how this can affect the result, with the home crowd at this football club known for being of huge help in previous seasons.
Man City has in their season so far played three games, one defeat away to Tottenham (0-1), two 5-0 wins v. Norwich and Arsenal shows that you can’t really believe that it will be easy to pick of anything from the game.
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Manager: Brendan Rodgers, profile
Likely Line-Up, (4-3-3), Schmeichel – Castagne, Soyuncu, Amartey, Thomas – Ndidi, Tielemans, Maddison – Albrighton, Vardy, Barnes, Subs: Ward, Lookman, Vestergaard, Soumare, Daka, Iheanacho, Dewsbury-Hall
Manager: Pep Guardiola, profile
Likely Line-Up, (4-3-3), Ederson – Walker, Stones, Diaz, Cancelo – Rodri, Gundugan, Grealish – Mahrez, Torres, Sterling, Subs: Ake, Doyle, Fernandinho, Palmer, Carson, Zinchenko, Delap
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TCF Prediction: 1-2 – Defeat
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Looking at previous meetings we do have a long list of exciting games, going all the way back to 1969, a grand game the FA Cup final, and that time Man City won the clash with a Neil Young goal, ending 1-0.
The FA Community Shield also became historical then Leicester put on their best performance and everything ended in a 1-0 win with that Kelechi Iheanacho goal.
You also had a massive clash last season with Leicester winning 5-2 at The Etihad, fantastic result and hope for a repeat would be fantastic.
Man City fans might like to remind us all of their recent 2-0 win at King Power in April.
Going back and into the history books once again, you do have a number great games between the two, and in that 1974-75 season, Bob Lee scoring the only goal of the game, winning 1-0. Mike Stringfellow did come on and of course massive in a season where Leicester struggled towards the end but managed to stay up.Embed from Getty Images
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