The starting lineups are in for Manchester City vs Luton Town

Manchester City and Luton Town have confirmed their starting lineups ahead of this afternoon’s clash at Kenilworth Road. Pep Guardiola’s side will be looking to get three points to get their season back on track after going winless in four Premier League games. The hosts will be looking to upset the treble winners and continue their good performances at home. They took points off Liverpool and Arsenal needed a late winner to beat Rob Edwards side. A big clash awaits which has ramifications at both ends of the table. Here are the starting lineups ahead of today’s match.

Manchester City

Pep Guardiola has made four changes to the side that lost to Aston Villa Striker Erling Haaland will miss the game as reported by David Ornstein for the Athletic.

In comes Rodri, Jack Grealish who return from suspension, Nathan Ake and Mateo Kovacic. Out goes Erling Haaland, Manuel Akanji, Rico Lewis and John Stones. Manchester City will be desperate for three points and a better performance than what they’ve shown of late. A win would take them to within 4 points of Premier League leaders Liverpool and keep the treble winners within touching distance of Jurgen Klopp’s side.

Starting lineup: Ederson, Kyle Walker (C), Ruben Dias, Nathan Ake, Josko Gvardiol, Rodri, Mateo Kovacic, Bernardo Silva, Jack Grealish, Phil Foden, Julian Alvarez.

Substitutes: Stefan Ortega, Scott Carson, John Stones, Kalvin Phillips, Manuel Akanji, Sergio Gomez, Matheus Nunes, Rico Lewis, Oscar Bobb.

Luton Town

Starting lineup: Kaminski, Doughty, Mengi, Lockyer, Bell, Giles, Nakamba, Barkley, Townsend, Adebayo, Brown.

Substitutes: Krul, Andersen, Berry, Morris, Chong, Mpanzu, Clark, Lokonga, Johnson.

Tags Bernardo Silva Ederson English Premier League Erling Haaland Jack Gaughan John Stones Josko Gvardiol Julian Alvarez Jurgen Klopp Kyle Walker Liverpool Luton Town Manchester City Manuel Akanji Mateo Kovacic Nathan Ake Oscar Bobb Phil Foden Rico Lewis Rodri Ruben Dias Stefan Ortega

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