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Manchester City could return to full focus to play football after the two-year European ban was canceled on Monday.
Guardiola's men have already finished second in the Premier League, ensuring that they will play the UEFA Champions League again next season.
Citizens bombed Brighton on Amex Stadium on Sunday. Going back 5-0 victories coupled with Leicester's last fall in wealth means City now have the luxury of prioritizing the FA Cup and Champions League starting from Saturday's trip to Wembley where they face Arsenal.
Victory in these two competitions will supplement an impressive three times to the Carabao Cup that was collected in March before the close.
John Stones has appeared in two of Citi's last two games Pool photos / Getty Images
Ederson (GK) – The Brazilian goalkeeper is famous for the same ability as the ball at his feet as it is to stop it with his hands. He has kept five clean sheets since football resumed.
Joao Cancello (right back) – Juventus' summer signing was pretty impressive when he played but found chances at a higher price. The Portuguese full back missed the Brighton match with a blow but should have recovered in time for Wednesday's showdown.
John Stones (CB) – The England International is 26 years old, but we are still waiting for the Stones team to reach its potential. It started against Newcastle recently and came as a sub channel in Brighton and can be used in order to give Aymeric Laporte comfort.
Nicholas Otamendi (CB) – The Argentine was a divisive figure during his talisman in England. Guardiola is now spilling blood of 19-year-old Eric Garcia at the center of his defense, and with the young Spaniard's conviction so far, he is expected to get a break before Wembley runs out on Saturday.
Oleksandr Zinchenko (LB) – The Ukrainian was originally bought as an attacking midfielder, but was formed to become a modern defender in the Federation. With proving that Benjamin Mindy is more effective but still unable to play several times a week, Zinchenko should start against Bournemouth.
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Fernandinho (DM) – The 35-year-old has been a favorite of City for some time. The Brazilian has proven to be a consistent performer, and his appearance on the weekends may indicate a major mid-week role.
David Silva (cm) – Veteran midfielder along with Fernandinho can start against cherries. A former Valencia man has entered his final months in Citi and will want to come up with another piece of silver or two to add to his lively collection. The Spaniard tends to play a slightly less role these days and can be brought in to allow Kevin de Bruyne to be taken through this list of crowded fixtures.
Bernardo Silva (cm) – The Portuguese playmaker seems to have countless amounts of energy. Despite not reaching last season's heights, the 2019 Manchester City player remains a constant threat.
Foden has four league goals and two assists this season Michael Reagan / Getty Images
Phil Fuden (RW) – The Manchester City Academy graduate has been impressive since football returns, and he will be desperate for more minutes on the field against troubled Eddie Howe. It was often posted on the right wing to achieve a good impact, most notably in Liverpool's 4-0 victory.
Gabriel Jesus (ST) – With Sergio Aguero excluded with the rest of the Premier League campaign injured, Gabriel Jesus, now 23, is taking an open test to waive his claim as City's first striker.
Raheem Sterling (LW) – After a hat-trick against Brighton, it would be a shock to see the England international on the bench against Bournemouth. Sterling will want to add more goals to its balance in a late bid to get the golden boot for this season.