Probable Lineups


Probable Lineups Statistical Comparison

(42) 36 Goals 52 (96)
(26) 16 Assists 44 (63)
(6.4) 6.6 Average Ratings 7.1 (6.9)
29.6 Average Age 29.8
182 Average Height (cm) 180.5
(0.9) 1.1 Shots pg 1.6 (1.5)
(43%) 42% Aerial Duel Success 50% (55%)
(0.7) 0.6 Dribbles pg 0.9 (0.9)
(1.6) 1.4 Tackles pg 1 (1)
* Values in brackets (x) are overall player statistics in Premier League.

Missing Players

Man City
Player Reason Status Rating
Crysencio Summerville Out 6.23
Adam Forshaw Out 6.33
Patrick Bamford Out 6.48
Tyler Roberts Out 6.32
Jamie Shackleton Doubtful 6.45
Player Reason Status Rating
John Stones Out 7.1
Kyle Walker Out 6.73
Benjamin Mendy Out 6.6

Team News

Man City
  • Jamie Shackleton has a chance of making the squad, but Adam Forshaw, Patrick Bamford and Tyler Roberts are absent.
  • Jesse Marsch could go with the same XI that started the 0-0 draw at Crystal Palace on Monday night.
  • John Stones and Kyle Walker have been ruled out against Leeds and are doubts to face Real Madrid next week. Joao Cancelo, who missed the 4-3 Champions League win through suspension, will deputise at right-back.
  • Pep Guardiola could make a couple of changes in personnel from the side that started in midweek, with Jack Grealish and Ilkay Gundogan coming into the XI.


  • A 0-0 draw with Crystal Palace means Leeds are unbeaten in five coming into Saturday's welcome of league leaders Manchester City. While not yet safe from relegation, Leeds are ending the campaign well.
  • Manchester City played out an entertaining 4-3 win over Real Madrid on Tuesday night and while they'll have one eye on next week's trip to Madrid, they'll be focussed on their trip to Elland Road. With Liverpool playing earlier in the day, they'll be aware that they need to earn all the spoils at Leeds.
  • Manchester City romped to a 7-0 win over Leeds when they last met and while the result is likely to be closer, City should earn another three points here.

User Predictions

Comments (26)

  • Everybody gets goals and assists, but GOATlish gets cards. What a flop.

  • why leeds why you clowns.

  • City deserve to lose for that kit.

  • @jonejo34 what kit?

  • Mancity to win and over 2.5

  • Jesus to score anytime.

  • Under 2.5

  • Huge dilemma for Man City.Do they play a strong side tonight as Liverpool won earlier or do they rest players for Wednesdays game in Madrid ?

  • @Rensen oh, a very tough question, for a 1 billion $ squad, right?!)))

  • @Rensen A strong enough City side to win this fairly easily.

  • @Rensen Their entire Squad are pretty much A Caliber players anyway tbh

  • 1-4

  • Expect a surprise here.

  • @GioMonaldo under 8 goals for city?

  • @eastend1 you read my mind bro lol

  • leeds is trash

  • Over 2.5 goals @1.50

  • Leeds will attack under Jesse Marsch instead of parking the bus which will suit Man City.City to win 3-1 or 4-1.

  • I think this match may be closer than many think. Likely to be a nervy match. <2.5 goals and 0-1 City

  • @Overmars yeah

  • Leeds wasn't bad lately, maybe they can ramp up their efforts for this match.

  • Obviously city winning is far and away the most likely result on paper, but I have a sneaking feeling Leeds might get something out of this game. They’ve been really good under Marsch so far and no longer are in the injury hell that they had been in. So rationally I’d say 0-3, but I could see a 1-1 or 2-2 happening. Either way it’s reductive to assume either City or Liverpool or both will win out this season.

  • @sarigginsUSA Don’t expect anything from Leeds in this game. They look solid under Marsch and they are unbeaten in their last five but they haven’t faced a top seven team during that run. They were lucky to escape at Crystal Palace. Liverpool play earlier in the day so City are going for the jugular.

  • Foden,rodri,jack,pep goardiula,kevin ,ilkay and cancelo gool

  • 4 1 manchester city love me kevin d