Swansea City switch their focus back to the FA Cup today as they host Premier League leaders Man City in the quarter-finals at the Liberty Stadium. Big blow will be selection set to be without top scorer Oli McBurnie for the visit of the reigning Premier League champions.
"Clearly they are the best team in the United Kingdom, they are one of the best teams in the world. Essentially, that is what we are facing."
From other side Manchester City will be without a number of key players for their FA Cup quarter-final. Pep Guardiola will have hoped to rotate his squad after a hectic run of fixtures but is now expected to field a strong starting XI with five first-team players sidelined.
There is some options available for this event but main dish I see in Shots On Target. Since Wales team represents lower radder than stats for this team are not reliable I look closer on City performance. so In last weeks Schalke made only 1 Shot On, Watford 1 Shot On, Bournemouth nothing, West Ham 1 Shot On, Chelsea 0, Schalke again 2 Shots On.
Manchester City should be too strong for lower ranked club who reached the quarter final of the FA Cup after claiming a 4-1 victory over Brentford. They head into Saturday's fixture off the back of a 3-0 defeat at West Brom in an EFL Championship clash on Wednesday. Graham Potter's men have not been at their best lately with three defeats in their previous four matches while also failing to score in the last two.
City already secured the Carabao Cup and into the latter stages of the FA Cup and Champions League. They are currently on a four-match winning run. Manager Pep Guardiola often rotates his team in the Cup competitions and that trend is likely to continue on Saturday. Neither replacement is strong enough to continue philosophy of Pep by total take control of a every match.