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Manchester City, riding an extended wave of momentum, are looking to climb back to the top of the Premier League table. They have won all of their previous nine straight appearances. Welcoming back De Bruyne and Haaland, Guardiola's men are firing on all cylinders.
Knowing that they can at least briefly climb to the top of the table on Saturday lunchtime, the former Barcelona boss has seen his squad win all of their previous nine straight appearances across all competitions.
On the other hand, Everton has had a difficult season. They are currently in the midst of a relegation scrap and have been dealing with off-field issues, including a controversial 10-point deduction. They crashed out of the FA Cup last month and will be facing a tough challenge against Manchester City.
Crashing out of the FA Cup last month following a shock 2-1 loss at the hands of Luton, the Toffees find themselves at the heart of a Premier League relegation scrap and they are dealing with a string of public issues behind the scenes.