Manchester City XI Vs Luton Town- Preview, Team News, Predicted Lineups, Injuries, Live Stream, TV Channel & Latest On Erling Haaland & Kevin De Bruyne

Published Apr 12, 2024 | 9:00 AM EDT

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Everything is at stake for the reigning European champions this season. Manchester City may have pulled off a coup by winning the treble last season, but nothing like achieving it on two consecutive occasions. But next up, they will face Luton Town, the Spartans of the Premier League who have made the big boys sweat this season. With just a day to go, will Manchester City have the services of their spearheads, Erling Haaland and Kevin De Bruyne? What else can we expect in terms of team news and injuries? We’ve got you covered with all the latest updates regarding tomorrow’s clash.

It’s only one point separating Manchester City from Liverpool and Arsenal in the Premier League table. There is nothing but a goal difference that presses Luton below Nottingham Forest in the relegation zone. With every point making a difference to their dreams, fans cannot miss this lowkey battle.

Manchester City vs. Luton Town: What can you expect?


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Injury Updates

Manchester City: The Sky Blues have suffered uncomfortable injury blows this season. Nevertheless, defender Kyle Walker and midfielder Kevin DeBruyne are expected to be back against Luton after suffering a hamstring injury and sickness respectively. However, Nathan Ake whose issue is not disclosed could still be away. In addition, Phil Foden limped off during the Real Madrid game but nothing serious has been reported. Anyhow, after going blank against Real Madrid in the Champions League, Erling Haaland seems to be fit and hungry for goals once again.

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Luton Town: The club faced a huge setback after their captain Tom Lockyer had to be away from the game after suffering a cardiac arrest last year. Other than that, injuries have been a constant issue for the Hatters. Both Marvelous Nakamba and Jacob Brown are out with meniscus and cartilage issues. Additionally, Sambi Lokonga, Elijah Adebayo, Chiedozie Ogbene, Mads Andersen Amari’i Bell, and Dan Potts have all been suffering leg injuries.  Nevertheless, the last win against Bournemouth despite a similar situation will boost Luton’s morale.


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Team News and Predicted Lineups

Manchester City: As Walker is expected to be back for City, it may force Gvardiol out. However, it is uncertain if Pep Guardiola will start De Bruyne and Ederson in the eleven for this fixture.

Predicted Lineups: (4-2-3-1)Stefan Ortega; Manuel Akanji, Ruben Dias, Kyle Walker; John Stones, Mateo Kovacic Rodri; Phil Foden, Bernando Silva, Jack Grealish; Erling Haaland

Luton Town: With minimum options left, Luton may not experiment too much. It could play the same squad that faced Bournemouth. However, loanee defender Issa Kabore will miss the game with City being his parent club.

Predicted Lineups: (4-3-2-1) Thomas Kaminski; Alfie Doughty, Teden Mengi, Reece Burke; Daiki Hashioka, Fred Onyedinma; Jordan Clark, Ross Barkley; Andros Townsend, Tahith Chong; Carlton Morris


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Head-to-head stats

Both the teams met 39 times in the past. Even though Manchester City won 16 times overall their recent history makes them the clear favorites. Luton on the other end has won 11 games but their last win came more than 35 years ago. The other 12 fixtures ended in a draw.

Where to watch the match live?


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Manchester City versus Luton Town will kick off at 10 AM ET/ 7 AM PST on April 13, 2024, at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester. Fans can watch the live streaming on the Peacock app.

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