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City Summary – March 26: Xavi rates City’s chances, Sterling’s England plea, referee for Everton game

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Living legend Xavi rates City are one of the four teams left with a chance of winning the Champions League.

Referee Paul Tierney will take charge of his third City game this season when the league leaders visit Everton this weekend.

Raheem Sterling has called up England fans to look on the bright side (of life) and get behind the team as the World Cup approaches.

Liverpool right-back Joe Gomez is likely to miss both games against City after injuring his ankle playing for England. Nathaniel Clyne could be rushed back by Jurgen Klopp to replace the 20-year-old.

Phil Foden and his former City academy teammate Jadon Sancho were late for duty with England under-19s recently and their punishment was being on the bench against Latvia. The FA has decided to take no further action against the talented duo.

On the topic of youth, Felix Nmecha has snubbed a Three Lions call-up at youth level to represent the country of his birth, Germany. His older brother Lukas continues to play for England.

City’s January recruit from New York, Jack Harrison, who is on loan at Middlesbrough, has withdrawn from under-21 duty through injury.

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