Man City Team News: Injuries, suspensions and line-up vs Borussia Monchengladbach

Pep Guardiola could be without Vincent Kompany but will be able to recall John Stones, as well as Ilkay Gundogan and David Silva, to what should be a strong XI Manchester City could be without Vincent Kompany for their Champions League clash with Borussia Monchengladbach on Wednesday. Toure’s incredible weight loss Kompany was withdrawn from City’s 2-1 win at Crystal Palace on Saturday following a collision with Claudio Bravo which left him with a head injury. The Belgian sat out training on Tuesday morning before the City squad flew out to Germany. However, John Stones will be available for selection after being rested at Selhurst Park and should step in. City do not have any other major injury concerns, although Yaya Toure, who scored twice at Palace, cannot play as he is not registered. Kompany set to miss Gladbach clash Pep Guardiola kept Ilkay Gundogan out of his squad at the weekend and started David Silva on the bench, and both men are likely to be restored to the starting line-up at Borussia Park. Claudio Bravo will return in goal after missing the victory against Barcelona through suspension. Borussia Monchengladbach coach Andre Schubert has more injuries and suspensions to deal with, but none that will trouble the line-up he has used in recent weeks, albeit one that has endured a bad run of form. Gladbach have just one win in their last six games, losing the last two, and are in need of victory against City to keep alive their hopes of reaching the last 16. Ibra: PSG stronger than Utd Alvaro Dominguez and Patrick Hermann are both ruled out after picking up injuries earlier in November. Josip Drmic is backing in training following a knee injury in the summer, as is Tsiy William Ndenge, who injured his knee a fortnight ago. Mamadou Doucoure is a long-term absentee, while Christoph Kramer and Julian Korb are suspended. But that should not stop Schubert from picking the following line-up, which could only muster a 2-1 home defeat to Koln at the weekend.