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Wednesday, 21 December 2011

Man City v Stoke Online Free Live Stream England Premier League Preview -21 Dec-2011,19:45 CET

Man City v Stoke Online Free Live Stream England Premier League Preview -21 Dec-2011,19:45 CET.Manchester City left-back Gael Clichy is available again after suspension.Watch Man City v Stoke Live Stream Online England Premier League 2011 Video Free The match will take plcae at the in on Wednesday 21/12/11 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things for you thanks.Watch Free Man City v Stoke Stream Free Online Video Of England Premier League Wednesday,21 Dec-2011 Kickoff and Time Table scheduled for 19:45 CET.England Premier League ,Watch Video Online Live Stream,Watch Man City v Stoke Live Streaming Video ,Man City v Stoke Stream,Man City v Stoke Live free,Man City v Stoke Streaming,Man City v Stoke Live, Watch Man City v Stoke online,Man City v Stoke online, Man City v Stoke Results,England Premier League Fixtures.Striker Edin Dzeko is expected to have shaken off a knock he picked up in training but Aleksandar Kolarov is still out with a groin problem.
Stoke defender Ryan Shawcross is suspended after picking up five yellow cards this season.
Midfielder Glenn Whelan is a doubt with a calf injury, while full-back Andy Wilkinson is likely to miss out again with a back problem.Manchester City go into their final home game of the year having dropped only two Premier League points at home in 2011, the year in which they ended their long wait for silverware by winning the FA Cup final... against Stoke.
It would be quite a surprise if Tony Pulis' side can get revenge so quickly. City have been the best side in the league by a distance this season and they should actually be further ahead of the rest. Their eventual defeat at Stamford Bridge was unfathomable after a first half in which they utterly outplayed Chelsea.
Roberto Mancini thinks Man City will win two trophies this season - I am not going to argue
Roberto Mancini thinks they will win two trophies this season - I am not going to argue.
Stoke have been a little inconsistent so far this season. Maybe it's the considerable extra workload of the Europa League matches, but you would not normally associate them with the kind of heavy defeats they suffered against Sunderland and Bolton.
Nevertheless they are eighth, with every chance of finishing higher than in any season since they were fifth in 1975. If they can do that, and stay competitive in Europe at the same time, then Pulis would have pulled off a masterstroke.
They can trouble City, and they probably will for spells in this game - but I can't see them avoiding defeat.