A regular weekend in premier league’s seen the Manchester City come out of Old Trafford intact in the first Manchester Derby and the term unbeaten have started being tossed around just four games into the young Premier League season.
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Man City looks like the best all-around team in England’s top flight so far and is the current favorite to finish the season on top of the table. At least that is at home, but things change a little bit in the UEFA champions League as they meet Barcelona today. Kevin De Bruyne has insisted that Manchester City do not fear Barcelona, this he said after he expressed his happiness to be back playing after recovering from a hamstring problem he suffered against Swansea in September.
There were major doubts over his fitness for the clash at the Camp Nou but he recovered quicker than expected and managed to complete 90 minutes as his side toiled to a draw with the Merseysiders.
City are without a win in their last three matches ahead of their clash with the Spanish giants but De Bruyne said his City team-mates are not afraid of the prospect of facing Lionel Messi and company.
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Barça will be looking to take advantage of City’s poor form and secure their position at the top of their group with a win.
Barcelona have won their first two group games against Celtic and Borussia Monchengladbach. The Spanish champions also secured a 4-0 win over Deportivo during the weekend and will be full of confidence heading into the game.
Furthermore, the return of Lionel Messi will be a major boost as well. The Argentine superstar is also returned to action against Deportivo and managed to score as well.
Claudio Bravo believes the pressure is all on Barcelona ahead of his reunion with his old club this week.
The Manchester City goalkeeper is making a quick return to the Nou Camp less than two months after his move to the Etihad Stadium.
After dropping points at Celtic in their last Group C outing, City go into the first of tough back-to-back clashes against Barça already trailing the Spanish champions, but Bravo is not fazed.
City will hope to make a bigger impression on the Spaniards than in their last meetings in the last 16 of the competition in both 2013-14 and 2014-15. Barça won both of those two-legged ties fairly comfortably.
Barcelona are the better side here with much better odds of winning and Manchester City will have to improve significantly in order to take something from this game.
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