Bernardo Silva is the Leagues top scoring Midfielder

The lunchtime kick-off this Saturday is at the Etihad, as Manchester City welcome Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Both sides have a couple of injury concerns ahead of the game:

Gabriel Jesus & Aymeric Laporte missed the midweek Champions League game at Leipzig through injury while Phil Foden and Nathan Ake both picked up knocks during that match.

Meanwhile, Wolves captain Conor Coady and Rayan Ait-Nouri are available following injury, and Willy Boly is in contention to make his first appearance in 17 months.

Whoever plays, Wolves will be keeping a close eye on Bernardo Silva who has bagged six goals in his last eight Premier League games, while Wolves have only managed to find the net once in their past five outings.

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