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 Sergio Aguero and Phil Foden could be with Pep Squad for Man City’s clash with Southampton as Guardiola ready to put the defeat to Man United behind him. 

  Pep Guardiola's 21-games winning in a row in all Competitions brought to an end on Sunday by Manchester United with 2-0 down.

   Manchester City are now 11 points clear the top of the Premier League but Pep's Side can re-establish a 14-points leading advantage on Wednesday with victory over Southampton.

   Pep Guardiola at News Conference

   Asked if they'll be recalled to face Southampton, City Boss said: “possibly I'll decide tomorrow.


“I've an idea in general of the Squad to face Southampton but I've a few doubts.

  However, Tomorrow I'll decide.” On the reaction to the Manchester United defeated on Sunday More also:


“it was a bit of disgraced and disappointed and at the same time the following day was better and today fully on fire.

  “It is a normal process when you lose the matches, this action is common."


Why Phil Foden and Aguero have not been playing?

   Sergio Aguero has started just 1 match in the premier league since October after a  couple of injury and illness has brought him down this season.


  The Argentina international player, who's out of contract with City at the end of the Campaign, is still training his way back to full fitness and didn't come off the bench in Manchester City’s last two games.

  Phil Foden was Man City’s most used player in January but has not started a Premier League game after the 3-1 victory over Everton on February 17.

Manchester City's Next Fixtures

  City boss revealed that he has no injury doubts for the visit Side #Southampton.

  Manchester City’s hectic schedule continues as they play Fulham on Saturday, which will be their final Premier League fixture before the international break.

   They then face German side Borussia Monchengladbach in the second leg of their Champions League last-16 clash before an FA Cup quarter-final against Everton.

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