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Bolton v Man City Team News

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Sunday 2 November Bolton v Man City team news. Kick-off at the Reebok is 4pm - live on Sky Sports.

Pablo Zabaleta is expected to return from a three-match suspension, meanwhile 18million striker Jo will be available after a bout of tonsillitis.

Unfortunately, Daniel Sturridge (ankle) is likely to miss out.

Manchester City squad:
Hart, Schmeichel, Zabaleta, Onuoha, Richards, Dunne, Ben Haim, Garrido, Wright-Phillips, Ireland, Kompany, Elano, Robinho, Jo, Fernandes, Hamann, Evans, Caicedo, Berti.




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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday November 1 2008

Time: 2:38PM

Your Comments

It'll be great to have Zabaleta back. I think City's best back four line-up would be: Zabaleta at rb, Garrido at lb with Dunne and Richards in the centre.
Old Mother Hell
come on MH give Berti a try at LB.........he cant do any worse than anyone else.....can he ???
lincolnblue
lol true lincon he really cant do worse. Unless smikes want to try playing in a new position LOL.
ArabianKnight
Jo needs to show why he is worth 18million ...he might be fighting for a place in the starting 11 come jan. Still early days yet.. the long he takes to start scoring regularly .. the more pressure he will be putting on himself.
ArabianKnight
Joao has to show his mettle. I can see him starting in this game. We must win at the Reebok. You could say Bolton have to win too... But I think we would be doing Bolton fans a favour if this game was "crumbs for the gingerbread man"
Sindbad
We must win this to build confidence, before we face the "new attitude" spurs.. at home.. especially now with them having a famous victory against liverpool.
ArabianKnight
I'd be tempted to start with Ball this afternoon at LB. It's going to be a battle today, and as Bolton play Davies out wide for most of the time, he'll trample all over Garrido.
oliverblue
 

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