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14/12/2018 - 15:01 BST

Everton Have Impressed Me – Pep Guardiola Warns of Tough Test


Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola feels the Sky Blues’ upcoming opponents Everton are a top side this season and the clash with the Toffees will not be easy.

Marco Silva’s side are seventh in the Premier League table and have been more consistent this season to keep up with the top six sides.

Everton have lost just once in their last six league games, and have shown more defensive mettle after Yerry Mina’s integration into the first team.

Manchester City beat Hoffenheim 2-1 on Wednesday after losing their last Premier League game at Chelsea last Saturday, but have had just two days of recovery time so far, which could test their fitness come Saturday.

Guardiola insists Everton have good players and the lunchtime kick-off time could make it tough for the Citizens.

"We make good games but we dropped four points”, Guardiola told a press conference ahead of the game.

"Tomorrow is another game, the Everton team has changed completely with Sigurdsson and Richarlison, Yerry Mina – it is a top side.

“I’m really impressed with how they have done so far. It will be a tough game.

"We will see how we react playing at 12.30pm."

A win or a draw would take Manchester City above Liverpool, who don’t play until Sunday.