Man City manager Pep Guardiola doesn’t have too many injury concerns going into the Boxing Day clash with Leicester City, unlike Brendan Rogers who has upto 11 players could miss the trip to the Premier League leaders with the Foxes likely to rely on their second options for defence.
Forward Ferran Torres will definitely miss the game, with the Spaniard out until the new year with a fractured foot. Although it looks as though the player will be moving on from the club when the January transfer window opens.
One player who Man City could welcome back for the game is Kyle Walker, the full-back has missed two Premier League games with injury. It has been suggested that the England international could make a recovery in time for the visit of City, but Guardiola was giving nothing away.