City''s Premier League clash with Man City was scheduled for Feb 9th but with inclement weather conditions in England, the match was called off and that's a headache for the Man City boss.
🗓 Man City’s revised schedule— Futaa.com (@Futaacom) February 11, 2020
Feb 19: West Ham
Feb 22: Leicester
Feb 26: Real Madrid
March 1: Aston Villa
March 4: Sheffield Wednesday
March 8: @ManUtd
That’s six games across four competitions inside 19 days 🤯 pic.twitter.com/DCljJMJAC1
His imminent schedule was already looking congested, but now his side faces the daunting prospect of six matches in 19 days.
The Citizens are still fighting on four fronts, although their Premier League title challenge looks to have faded away. In the Champions League, they'll face Real Madrid over two legs in the round of 16, and the EFL Cup final is scheduled for March 1st against Aston Villa. Mid-table Championship team Sheffield Wednesday will host City in the 5th round of the FA Cup.
It's anyone's guess as to what type of teams Pep will field against West Ham and Leicester in upcoming Premier League tests, as the Spanish tactician will surely prioritize the Champions League, a tournament that he and the club's supporters are desperate to win.
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