" Dinamo Zagreb vs. Man City Preview: Reflection Day for Guardiola

The City has already qualified for the last day against Dinamo Zagreb. The Croats will take advantage of Pep’s bad time to dream of the eighths

An inconsequential encounter for Manchester City in Zagreb from the standpoint of qualifying, since it has secured first place, but not from the mood (follow the match live on As.com). Citizens should reflect on their own situation, which is 14 points behind the leader of the Premier, Liverpool, and what they can do to improve for the second part of the season. Pep, who is already less untouchable than ever for the English press and who could be planning his march at the end of the course, could bet on the rotations before the Croatian team.

Within that plan, and taking into account the casualties in defense, it is possible that young Eric Garcia, who could be a couple in the center of the back with Otamendi, who scored in the loss against Manchester United. In the center of the field, Foden could again have options to add a few minutes with a Guardiola that values ​​him but that has overpopulated that plot of the pitch.

In front will be a Dinamo led by the Spanish Dani Olmo, recently chosen as the best player of the Balkans of 2019 and who is already beginning to be very small in the Croatian league, where he was also named best footballer and greatest young talent of the season. For theirs, the match is a real final, because they have to add all three points and pray that Shakhtar does not do the same in his match against Atalanta.

Card and possible onces holders

Dinamo: Livakovic; Stojanovic, Ademi, Dilaver, Leovac, Mobandje; Olmo, Moro, Ivanusec, Orsic; and Petkovic.

M. City: Ederson; Cancelo, Otamendi, Eric García, Foden; Gündogan, De Bruyne; Mahrez, Gabriel Jesus and Sterling.

Referee: Del Cerro (Spain).

Stadium: Maksimir.

Time: 18:55 (MLC)

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