Southampton travel to the Etihad to face a Manchester City side brimming with confidence at the moment.
City come into this one off the back of a fantastic week of football for them.
They breezed past Manchester United in last week’s Manchester derby with both Phil Foden and Erling Haaland grabbing hat-tricks.
And in mid-week they registered a 5-0 victory in the Champions League against Copenhagen, with Haaland bagging a further two goals.
The Norwegian forward has now hit the back of the net 19 times in all competitions this season.
As for Southampton, they come into this one off the back of a disappointing defeat at the hands of Everton last weekend.
The Saints went 1-0 up in that encounter thanks to a goal from summer signing Joe Aribo, but ended up capitulating, conceding two in two minutes, and losing the game 2-1.
A long Saturday afternoon could be on the cards for Saints fans.
Here’s everything you need to know about Man City Vs Southampton.
How to watch Man City Vs Southampton: Live stream and TV channel
Manchester City Vs Southampton won’t be broadcast live in the UK.
However, highlights of the match which kicks off at 3pm (BST) will be posted on the Sky Sports Premier League YouTube channel later this afternoon.
Manchester City team news
City will be without English trio Kalvin Phillips, Kyle Walker, and John Stones this weekend with all three currently carrying injuries.
Walker underwent groin surgery earlier this week which could prevent him from playing for England at the World Cup later this year.
However, Rodri is expected to be welcomed back into the fold after missing out on the Manchester derby through minor injury.
Southampton team news
As for Ralph Hassenhuttl’s Southampton, they continue to feel the effects of the injuries currently being carried by Romeo Lavia and Valentino Livramento.
Lavia will be disappointed to miss out on the opportunity to face his former club, but Gavin Bazunu, Juan Larios, and Sam Edozie could all feature against the side they grew up with.
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