"Everyone played in the right, certain amount of angry and disappointment for many reasons, we were there. "It was really, really good - one of the best experiences we've ever had here. " Man City vs Brentford: Players to watch Toney returns to the Brentford side after serving a one-match and with a point to prove to England boss Gareth Southgate. The Bees felt his absence in their draw too, with Forest giving up lots of chances that you imagine the striker would've finished off.
Still, a famous win at the weekend, or even another draw, would be most welcome. Man City vs Brentford: Last time they met Manchester City won 2-0 the last time they played Brentford at home on 9 February 2021. Riyad Mahrez scored from the penalty spot after Raheem Sterling had been brought down by Mads Roerslev. Kevin De Bruyne doubled City's lead in the second half, slotting into an empty net after a mistake from Bees' keeper David Raya.
Brentford: (3-5-2) Raya, Jorgensen, Mee, Pinnock, Roerslev, Janelt, Jensen, Onyeka, Henry, Mbuemo, Toney. Ivan Toney returns after a one-match suspension saw him miss out against Nottingham Forest last weekend Man City vs Brentford: Injuries and suspensions Guardiola doesn't face any fresh injury worries after City's League Cup tie against Chelsea in mid-week. Joao Cancelo returns from suspension after missing the 2-0 victory at the Etihad and is expected to be restored to the starting line-up. Brentford welcome back their top goalscorer, Toney, after he missed the match against Forest through suspension. However, the Bees are without a number of players through injury until after the World Cup.
Man City vs Brentford: Can the Bees sting City before the World Cup? Man City and Brentford kick off the weekend's football live on BT Sport. Can Pep's men get a win before the World Cup or can Brentford cause an upset? Published: 10 November 2022 - 5. 06pm By Press Association When and where to watch Man City vs Brentford Man City vs Brentford kicks off at 12. 30pm on Saturday 12 November. You can catch all the action from the Etihad from 11. 30am on BT Sport 1 - available via live stream here Watch every Premier League TV game on BT TV With our sport packages offering BT Sport, the NOW Sky Sports Membership and Prime Video, you won't miss a second of the live action.
They play first again at the weekend and could go top until the Gunners play Wolves on Saturday evening. City had a scare last the weekend, conceding a goal and getting Cancelo sent off before the half-hour mark. Thankfully Guardiola had Haaland on the bench and when he was subbed on there was always a chance they could nick the win. And five minutes into injury time they did, via a Haaland penalty. That's 16 home wins in a row now for City and they'd love to make it to 17 before the World Cup break. As expected, Brentford's form has been up and down.
These include defenders Kristoffer Ajer, Aaron Hickey and Pontus Jansson, as well as goalkeeper Thomas Strakosha. Christian Norgaard should be available after recovering from an achilles injury. The Dane contributed an assist in Brentford's defeat to Gillingham in the mid-week League Cup fixture. Form (last 6 matches) Man City - WWLWWW Brentford - LWDLDD Man City vs Brentford: Form guide City are doing everything they possibly can to top the table before the World Cup break but Arsenal also keep winning.
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Man City vs Brentford match preview Man City will want to sign off with a win before the World Cup. Another three points will put The Citizens top of the table at least until Arsenal play later in the day. Regardless of the Gunners' result, the battle at the top of the table will resume after Christmas and Pep Guardiola will want his side to be within touching distance at the very least. Erling Haaland is back after coming off the bench to secure a point for City at the weekend and Guardiola will hope that his international-packed side is fully concentrated on beating Brentford before minds switch to Qatar.
They've drawn three of their last four matches and could really do with a win, which is something they haven't managed since mid-October. They thought they'd taken all three points away at Forest at the weekend, but a 96th-minute Mathias Jorgensen own-goal meant they left the City Ground with just one. The Etihad is not the ideal place to go when you need a win, but with the Bees currently sitting in mid-table they'll be fairly satisfied with their work so far this season - though they'll be disappointed they exited the League Cup in mid-week after losing on penalties to Gillingham.
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