Not yet. Everybody else is okay, everybody is fit.
"They are one of the most fluid teams in Europe and it's a tough ask, but these games always are against the super powers".
MAN CITY welcome Burnley as Sean Dyche's visitors look to preserve their unbeaten away record.
Despite losing only one of their six Premier League meetings with Burnley (W3 D2 L1), the Citizens have failed to keep a clean sheet against the Clarets. A lot of respect for what they have done.
"I'm just growing on what I've done the last years", he added.
"Pep Guardiola is a very ambitious manager, that's a reason why he has been able to win all the trophies he has won in his career". For me it makes it easier to find people when they are playing in the way they are playing.
City have one of the strongest squads in Europe therefore if they do get hit with or two injuries over the next few months, they are well equipped to continue getting results. His utter calmness and pinpoint distribution is a joy to behold and definitely something that has resonated with John Stones and Nicolas Otamendi, who look like different players.
They have however only conceded six goals at the other end, now meaning that they have the fourth meanest defence in the Premier League behind both Manchester clubs and Tottenham.
"Hopefully tomorrow our fans come back again and support us, especially in the bad moments". Neither of City's speedy wingers played particularly well while in possession outside the box against Napoli, however, and with Burnley sure to sit deep at the Etihad Stadium there may be room for Bernardo Silva's combination of quick feet and quick thinking. "We have to adapt".