How to watch Cardiff vs Man City soccer match on September 22, 2018 – EPL

Cardiff City vs. Manchester City Live EPL 2018 Soccer Match

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On Saturday, Man City will continue to defend against the Premier League title with a trip to Cardiff. Although it seems like a simple game that citizens should easily win, there is much more pressure on them than what they see.
The reason is his surprise defeat in the Champions League on Wednesday. Despite the start of their new European home campaign, Guardiola’s men suffered a 2-1 defeat against Lyon.
Although the Spanish tactician was forced to sit in the stands due to a ban, the players faced the same criticism. Several Pep men have had problems in this match and could face the ax for the game of the weekend.
One of them was Danilo; However, it will not be easy to play the role of the Brazilian since Mendy was discarded and no other defender played this role. The abandonment of Fernandinho has been made for calls, but the absence of an adequate replacement leaves Man City in the same situation.
Sergio Agüero, who has just signed a new contract with the Etihad team, is expected to replace Gabriel Jesus, who has had problems this season. Elsewhere, Kevin de Bruyne stays away.
As for the host, they probably will not have Harry Arter for the Saturday meeting. Fortunately, Cardiff was driven by the return of Aron Gunnarsson and Josh Murphy as they tried to recover from their tough loss to Chelsea last weekend.

Match information

  • Man City has not lost against a team promoted since March 2015, an undefeated series of 21 games (W16, D5).
  • However, in the Premier League matches between these two teams, things are divided equally with each of the two previous meetings.
  • Cardiff has not won in their last nine Premier League games (D3, L6).

Cardiff City vs Manchester City
September 22, 2018 10:00am
Cardiff City Stadium (Cardiff (Caerdydd)
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