Probable Lineups


Probable Lineups Statistical Comparison

(3) 3 Goals 1 (1)
(2) 2 Assists 0 (1)
(7) 7.3 Average Ratings 6.3 (6.3)
25.8 Average Age 25.8
181.3 Average Height (cm) 180.9
(3.1) 3.9 Shots pg 1 (1)
(50%) 50% Aerial Duel Success 50% (50%)
(3) 2.5 Dribbles pg 1 (1)
(1.7) 1.4 Tackles pg 1.7 (1.7)
* Values in brackets (x) are overall player statistics in Champions League Grp. G.

Missing Players

Man City
FK Crvena Zvezda
Player Reason Status Rating
Kevin De Bruyne Out N/A
Mateo Kovacic Doubtful N/A
John Stones Doubtful N/A
Jack Grealish Doubtful N/A
Player Reason Status Rating
Aleksandar Katai Out N/A

Team News

Man City
FK Crvena Zvezda
  • Kevin De Bruyne remains absent for Manchester City.
  • However, Pep Guardiola could welcome Mateo Kovacic, John Stones and Jack Grealish back into the first team fold for Tuesday's game.
  • Aleksandar Katai is FK Crvena Zvezda's only confirmed absentee.
  • Having used a four-man backline in the weekend's 2-1 defeat to FK Cukaricki, head coach Barak Bakhar may revert to a three-man defence at Manchester City.


  • Manchester City maintained their 100% start to the season with a 3-1 win over West Ham on Saturday. City will be confident of extending their winning run here.
  • FK Crvena Zvezda have lost two of their last three matches, both of which were away from home. They have a tough start to their Champions League campaign.
  • The visitors will do all they can to shut City out, but the European champions should make light work of their Group G counterparts.

User Predictions

Comments (34)

  • Absolutely mediocre performance by a Manchester City team thank god is over.

  • Unexpected result at first half Manchester city losing 1-0 . Absolutely sht show has Bernardo Silva put on the first half, thank god Guardiola took him out, 3 clear chances wasted

  • City to score in both the halves + Haaland anytime scorer

  • 7-0

  • MC won all 6 of their champions league home games last season.

  • 6-0

  • 5-0

  • Jeremy Doku to score anytime IF he starts the game.

  • 4-1 Haaland hattrick

  • Man City 3-0

  • 1X

  • To make light work of Zvezda, City would need to play in a confident, agile fashion, turning directly towards the opponent's goal, instead of constantly playing with their backs towards the opposing goal, passing back to their own defence and passing around slowly in an old boys fashion to maintain possession. Football is about scoring goals, NOT about maintaining possession. Watching City's games last season, it stood out their persistent inability to score early in the first half: most of their goals came in the second half - something Premiership teams failed to capitalise on. If you give me 30-40 minutes to settle in my game, I will settle so quickly that you will be down 2 goals in a heartbeat: this is what a good coach's thinking should be like. Not to mention that slow game building was a disaster for the likes of Haaland and Mahrez, who both thrive on quick counterattacks. Haaland's goal tally should have been double of what he has currently, should a proper coach be his boss.

  • @Zoltan that's awesome

  • @Zoltan go away

  • @Zoltan I've not signed into this website for years. But I had to today, just to call you a moron.

  • @MrTurvey You're a city fan, your input on football matters does not count.

  • @MrTurvey looool

  • Please Pep and the rest of Man City team and help Haaland score 6 goals to break the record...7 goals will live for a very long time but 6 should be fine for this season....don't forget that the club will always be mentioned when the record is brought up....Do your best guys...