Manchester City VS Southampton foresight: Ding Ding injured blue moon striving for winning streak

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 Manchester City VS Southampton foresight: Ding Ding injured blue moon striving for winning streak


Record of confrontation

There are 88 matches between the two sides, and Manchester Citys 32 wins, 25 draws, 31 defeats have a slight advantage. The blue moon Corps has lost nearly 10 times against saints, of which nearly 3 have maintained a complete victory. The latest battle between the two teams was in the Premier League closing game on May 13, when Manchester City beat Southampton 1-0 away from home with the goal of Ressus, thereby locking last seasons points to 100 points.

One point: de Blau Hei was injured and missed.

In midweeks Carling Cup match against Fulham, De Browne fell to the ground in the 85th minute when he was fighting with the other players, and was finally unable to insist on being replaced by youngster Gomez due to injury. After the match, Manchester City official website confirmed that the Belgian midfielders left knee ligament was injured and the truce is expected to last for five to six weeks, which means that he will miss several games and will definitely not be able to play against Southampton in this round. It is worth mentioning that De Browne was injured in a training session as early as August, and was subsequently diagnosed with lateral collateral ligament injury of the knee joint, and therefore truce for seven weeks until the game against Burnley on October 20.

Two point: Manchester City looks forward to winning the season.

In the first 10 Premier League rounds of the new season, Manchester City remained unbeaten with 8 wins and 2 draws, putting Liverpool at the top of the table with a net victory. Up to now, the Blue Moon has maintained a winning record in five Premier League home games this season. Guadiola naturally does not want to miss the chance to compete against the weaker Southampton in this round. Statistics show that Manchester City have played Southampton at home nearly 10 times, scoring 21 goals and losing 12 goals, with an absolute advantage. Today, the blue moon is in a state of power, and taking the saints is not a problem. If we can beat the saints, the blue moon will continue the opening seasons home record. Fireline injury suspension Manchester City: Bravo (injury), De Browne (injury), Kindogan (injury suspected), Danilo (injury suspected), Otamendi (injury suspected); suspension: no Southampton: injury, suspension without prediction: Manchester City (4-3-3): Edison/Walker, Stones, Stones. Laporte, Mendi/Bernardo-Silva, Fernandino, David-Silva/Macheles, Aguero, Stirling Southampton (4-4-2): McCarthy/Sedrick, Stephens, Hott, Bertrand/Raymond, Romeu, Lemina, El Yunussi/Austin, Inside: Netease Sports writer: Xin Yis editor: Liu Pai _NS6023

In the first 10 Premier League rounds of the new season, Manchester City remained unbeaten with 8 wins and 2 draws, putting Liverpool at the top of the table with a net victory. Up to now, the Blue Moon has maintained a winning record in five Premier League home games this season. Guadiola naturally does not want to miss the chance to compete against the weaker Southampton in this round. Statistics show that Manchester City have played Southampton at home nearly 10 times, scoring 21 goals and losing 12 goals, with an absolute advantage. Today, the blue moon is in a state of power, and taking the saints is not a problem. If we can beat the saints, the blue moon will continue the opening seasons home record.

Fire line injury

Manchester City: Bravo (injured), De Browne (injured), Jing Duoan (injured in doubt), Danilo (injured in doubt), Otamendi (injured in doubt); suspension: none

Southampton: no injuries, no suspension

Forecast for the first time:

Manchester City (4-3-3): Edison/Walker, Stones, Laporte, Mendi/Bernardo-Silva, Fernandino, David-Silva/Majeres, Aguero, Stirling

Southampton (4-4-2): McCarthy/Cedric, Stephens, Hort, Bertrand/Raymond, Romeu, Lemina, El Yunussi/Austin, Ines