Manchester City Sergio Aguero could also play after sitting out Saturday’s match, while many Manchester City fans will be keen to see if England U17 ace Phil Foden is given a call up.City have already qualified for the knockout stages of the competition with two games to spare.Scroll through the gallery above to see how Manchester City could line up ahead of their Champions League clash with Feyenoord.Pep Guardiola is delighted with the performances of his team, but the results have been great as well. In previous seasons the Blues have always come to the final two matches of the group stage needing multiple points to either win the group of qualify for the knockout rounds, but this time they’ve done the job early against very difficult opposition in Shakhtar and Napoli.The City boss has few injury concerns at the moment, with only John Stones and Benjamin Mendy missing after the former suffered a hamstring problem in the win at Leicester.
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Manchester City: Bravo; Danilo, Otamendi, Mangala, Zinchenko; Gundogan, Touré, Foden; Bernardo, Agüero, Sané
Feyenoord: Jones; Nieuwkoop, Tapia, St. Juste, Haps; Amrabat, Vilhena, Toornstra; Berghuis, Jørgensen, Boëtius
The Blues have a very busy schedule from now until the end of the year, so Pep Guardiola will surely rotate his squad in nearly every game, starting with this one. The Citizens have already qualified for the last 16 but are not yet confirmed as group winners.A draw against the Dutch champions will be enough if Napoli can get a result against Shakhtar Donetsk, but Pep Guardiola has confirmed he will rotate his side heavily for the game.