Manchester City will look to end a six-match winless streak as they travel to The Hawthorns on Saturday for a Premier League match against West Bromwich Albion. Facing a Tony Pulis side is never easy, and it'll be the first time Pep Guardiola tries to break a Pulis defense, which should be interesting.
City have Barcelona visiting the Etihad on Tuesday, and badly need a victory against Albion to raise their confidence level to face the world's best football team. Pep rested a lot of his biggest stars in the EFL Cup loss against Manchester United, meaning he has plenty of healthy players to choose from when selecting a team to face the Baggies.
There are concerns though: Kevin De Bruyne and Pablo Zabaleta might still not be fit enough to play on Saturday, and Vincent Kompany might be too tired to start again. Fabian Delph is still not ready yet, but could make a surprise return. West Brom also have absences of their own: defender Claudio Yacob is out suspended, while attackers James McClean and Saido Berahino may not be fit enough to face the Citizens.
This is the full list of absences through injury/suspension: