Pep Guardiola has left Sergio Aguero on the bench for Manchester City's home clash against Everton, but Raheem Sterling and Kevin de Bruyne both start.
Pep Guardiola has left Sergio Aguero on the bench for Manchester City's home clash against Everton on Saturday, but Raheem Sterling and Kevin De Bruyne are both fit to start.
Aguero, who has scored five goals in as many games for City in the Premier League so far this season, had an eventful international break, missing a penalty for Argentina in a World Cup qualifying defeat to Paraguay and suffering a calf issue that has seen him left out of the starting XI by Guardiola.
Meanwhile, Sterling and De Bruyne, who missed the latest international fixtures due to injury, are selected from the start.
Guardiola has also seemingly changed from his usual formation, opting to play a three-man defence of Nicolas Otamendi, John Stones and Gael Clichy.