Man United vs Man City: Early team news and injury update ahead of EFL Cup show

Man United vs Man City Early team news and injury update ahead of EFL Cup show

Man United hope to end the Cityzen’s long reign of dominance as they look to brush off the defending Champions when they go head to head tonight

The neighbors will be hoping to end each other’s current campaign with eyes fixated at Tottenham clash after seeing Spurs ease pass Brentford with Son and Sissoko finding the back of the net.

Ahead of the game tonight, United will be without Edinson Cavani after the former PSG man was handed bans following his comment after netting last minutes brace against Southampton.

Speaking to the club’s website, Ole said; “We’re disappointed not having Edinson involved.

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“But he’s probably the only one not [available] and, of course, Phil Jones has been out for a long time. They’re the only two not available for selection, which is a good position to be in.

“We’re confident. We’re going into the game in good form so there’s no excuses. The squad is focused and we’re ready to give it a go. We’ve prepared well for this game.”

Wan-Bissaka is also available alongside Alex Telles who was rested in United’s last game win against Aston Villa.

Ole would be hoping to end City’s dominance after seeing Pep Guardiola’s men lift the trophy 4 times in the last 5-years.

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Over at City, the club have of lately been hit by a COVID outbreak, leaving the side without 5 of their man but didn’t prevent them from trashing a lackluster Chelsea side.

Kun Aguero came off the bench during the 85th minute alongside Riyad Mahrez as both stars are likely to start tonight for the former Barca manager.

Kyle Walker and Gabriel Jesus are still out of Man City squad.

Time: 7:45pm GMT

Man United vs Man City head to head (h2h) results

Man United wins: 76

Manchester City wins: 54

Draws: 53

Last meeting: Man United 0-0 Man City (12/12/2020)

Both sides will go into a 30mins extra time before a penalty shootout should the game happen to end in a draw after the 90mins.

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