Speaking after Saturday night’s 4-1 win at Brighton and Hove Albion, in which Academy graduate and lifelong City fan Phil Foden starred with two goals and an assist, Guardiola looked ahead to our clash with the Hammers.
It was a good preview of what lays ahead-
“Some of them but less than against Wycombe because in that moment we had injured players,”
“We had different circumstances but yes, we will take a look in the next days.
“We play on Wednesday so we will see in training tomorrow and Tuesday and after we will see what is the best decision.
“Some of them are going to play, yes.”
“It’s good,” he added. “The League Cup is a tournament in this country and we have done quite well.
“We won it for the fourth time in a row and still we are there.
“We know which team we are going to face – West Ham away – so it is not an easy one.
“At the same time, we are going to prepare to try to win the game like we do any game in any competition.”
I do not foresee more than five youngster here, this is a Premier League opponent so Pep will be more strong. We’ll see, this is our competition.