Manchester City travel to Elland Road to take on an exciting Leeds side. The tactical battle between two of the most influential managers is going to be the highlight of the game, with Pep Guardiola, known to most as one of the best in the business himself said that he holds a massive amount of respect for Bielsa.
The game certainly looks to be a high scoring, open fixture.Leeds come into the fixture off the back of successive wins, whereas Pep and City will look to bounce back from their 5-2 defeat at home to Leicester
1. The Whites have impressed upon their promotion, with Bielsa's side being one of the most entertaining sides in the Premier League, only the top two of Leicester and Liverpool have scored more, but only fellow promoted sides West Brom and Fulham have conceded more.
2. Leeds will be without exciting winger Jack Harrison, who is ineligible to face his parent club. Pablo Hernandez, Adam Forshaw and Kiko Casilla are still injured.
3. Diego Llorente might make his debut and replace captain Liam Cooper. In form Patrick Bamford has managed to keep marquee signing Rodrigo Moreno, which might be the case tomorrow too.
1. New signing Ruben Dias is eligible to make his debut and might be thrown right into the heart of the defense, after three of City's back four conceded clumsy penalties.
2. John Stones remains doubtful; Oleksander Zinchenko has suffered a fresh injury just when he was ready to make his return.
3. Manchester City are without a recognized striker with Jesus and Aguero still injured, Raheem Sterling might most probably slot in as a false nine, having scored twice at Turf Moor over the midweek.
4. Some good news for Cityzens as Aymeric Laporte and Bernardo Silva have returned ahead of schedule to ease their injury woes.