Missing Players and team news:
Man City announced this week that their all-time leading goalscorer Sergio Aguero will depart the club at the end of the season. Guardiola will not let sentimentality get the better of him, though, with Gabriel Jesus expected to lead the visitors’ attack once again. City have lots of options to partner Jesus, but Riyad Mahrez has made the right-sided spot his own of late, while Raheem Sterling is back in favour on the left. Guardiola has a full squad to choose from – a real rarity for any team this season – but a number of players have been away on international duty, which must also be factored in. Leicester have also been keeping a close eye on their international players, such as midfielder Dennis Praet, who was given some much-needed minutes for Belgium. Praet has started just one game in 2021, but his display against Belarus, when scoring one and assisting another, could see him come into the starting lineup. James Justin and Harvey Barnes are definitely out, while James Maddison, Wes Morgan, Ricardo Pereira and Cengiz Under are all fitness doubts. Former Man City striker Kelechi Iheanacho is fit and firing as he looks to build on a return of seven goals in his last four appearances for the Foxes.
Leicester – Manchester City: Preview and Highest Odds

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