Manchester City look to end a six-match winless streak on Saturday, as the Citizens visit The Hawthorns for what promises to be a very difficult game against West Bromwich Albion. Tony Pulis always makes his sides play great defense, and that could be a problem for a City team struggling to find the back of the net.
During the six games without a victory, Pep Guardiola has seen his team go three of those without a goal and score just five times, a giant contrast to the 30 goals scored during the incredible start to the season, with 10 wins in 10 games. While many have pointed to City's defense as the source of the problem in this poor run of results, the attack isn't exactly covering itself in glory, and that has to change.
Sergio Agüero might help change that, but the Argentine striker is going through a eight-game drought for club and country, a very strange streak for one of the greatest strikers in Premier League history. If City want to have any success this season, they need El Kun to get back to his scoring days, and if that happens on Saturday, they'll have a shot at breaking down the West Brom defense.
This should be a tough game for the Citizens, but one they can definitely win thanks to their talent. Guardiola will want to end the worst run of results in his managerial career as soon as possible, especially with Barcelona coming to town in just three days.
West Brom will be a tough challenge, but the Premier League leaders have to win this game one way or another. It's definitely a must-see game. Do not miss it.
Date/Time: Saturday, October 29, 2016, 3pm local time (UK), 10am ET, 7am PT (US), 7:30pm IST (India)
Venue: The Hawthorns, West Bromwich, England
Referee: Lee Mason
TV listings: Premier League Extra Time (US), Sportsnet (Canada), elsewhere
Online streaming: NBC Sports Live (US), Sportsnet World Now (Canada), BBC Radio 5 Live (UK - Radio), elsewhere
(Listings via LiveSoccerTV)