Tottenham became the first side to beat Guardiola’s Manchester City after he managed to win all of his previous 6 premier league games scoring 18 goals and conceding 7, Man City are missing two of their main attacking threats at the moment in Kevin De Bruyne and Fabian Delph who are both still not sure if they could make it to Saturday’s game against Everton, this is very good news for Everton boss Ronald Koeman who, like Guardiola, had an impressive start to the season winning four games and drawing in two, but he failed to win in the last two league games. Both teams were not very sharp at their last respective games and need to come back to their best by getting the three points this game.
City are top of the league with 18 points, one point ahead of Spurs, while Everton has gone back to fifth with 14 points being chased by Manchester United and Chelsea who are both on 13 points in the league table.
The Toffees defensive record is very good so far in terms of goals conceded, they only conceded five times in seven games in the league (two of them away from home), however the could be missing two of their main backbone in Phil Jagielka and their goal machine Lukaku who are both out with minor injuries
Head to head
The two teams have faced each other 11 times since 2012 with City winning in five occasions, Everton won three and they drew in three, however, Everton hasn’t beaten Man City away from home since 2010.
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