Former Manchester United captain, Gary Neville, has hinted at some of the changes Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola could make for their Premier League clash against Arsenal.
City are three points behind the Gunners and have played one fixture more.
Guardiola started Bernardo Silva in a false left-back position against Aston Villa on Sunday.
But Mikel Arteta is likely to start Bukayo Saka on the right of Arsenal’s attack, and Neville feels this will make Guardiola change up his defence.
“I felt he would settle down, but he’s still changing his back four around, and I think it’ll change again on Wednesday.
“Bernardo Silva, for me, always seems to feel like he’s in his (Guardiola’s) best XI – he’s a brilliant player – but I like (Ilkay) Gundogan, (Kevin) De Bruyne and Rodri, [who] gives them that sort of balance in midfield. So where does Silva play – in one of the wide front areas?
“I don’t see how he can’t go with (Nathan) Ake as a left-back or Rico Lewis with a more conventional back four,” Neville said on Sky Sports.
Guardiola is also waiting for news on the fitness of Erling Haaland.
The Norway striker could only play the first half of their 3-1 victory over Villa.
EPL: Gary Neville reveals two changes Guardiola will make for Arsenal vs Man City