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Huddersfield Town v Man City

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24 Nov 2017
John Stones, Man City

Huddersfield Town midfielder Kasey Palmer (hamstring) could return in the next week but the Terriers remain without Philip Billing (ankle), Michael Hefele (Achilles) and Jon Gorenc Stankovic (knee).

Manchester City are without John Stones (hamstring), who joins fellow defender Benjamin Mendy (knee) on the sidelines.

Did you know?

The last time these sides met in league competition was in the second tier in 1999/00, when Huddersfield Town went unbeaten against Manchester City (W1 D1).

A win for Manchester City would set a record among English top-flight clubs for most consecutive away wins in all competitions (11).

A win for Man City would also give them the most points (37) of any side after 13 matches of a Premier League season, beating their own 2011/12 record (35)

Huddersfield Town could be the 32nd opponent whom Sergio Aguero has faced in the PL; the striker has scored against 30 of the previous 31, only failing to net versus Bolton Wanderers (one game).

What the managers say

David Wagner: "We know that every individual among us has a personal borderline, and we have to change our borderline on Sunday to be successful.”

See: Wagner: We must change our borderlines

Pep Guardiola: "We played last season against them. We were not able to win there in the FA Cup. We realised how complicated it is to play there."

See: Guardiola wary of Huddersfield's pressing game

Referee: Craig Pawson
Assistants: Lee Betts, Ian Hussin
Fourth official: Neil Swarbrick

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