"We know how we are going to play".
Aguero was substituted before the hour during Saturday's 2-0 win over Fulham, having earlier dispatched his 29th goal of the season in all competitions.
Andy Cole is adamant that Manchester United "s treble-winning team from 1999 would beat Pep Guardiola "s current Manchester City side if they went head-to-head in their prime".
City head into the match two points behind league leaders Liverpool after the Reds snatched a late win against Tottenham on Sunday.
He had also been made to move out of his city-centre apartment amid fears that he was too easily distracted by life in the middle of Manchester. "Maybe Saturday [against Brighton] but we will see in the next days". I'm not his father, ' Guardiola said.
Sarri hasn't helped himself after aiming a subtle dig at Chelsea's protesting fans when he said after the Cardiff escape that they would have been better waiting to see the final score before turning on him.
"Sometimes you just need that bit of luck and we got it but even when we were going through the tough times in the second half, we still believed we were going to win the game and that's the mentality we have".
"Cardiff are alive, based on what I saw against Chelsea", Guardiola added.
Warnock, whose side are fighting to avoid relegation, had said the standard of officiating in the Premier League had gone backwards because former referee Riley was at the helm of the body responsible for match officials in English soccer.
"He is fighting against one legend and an incredible top player in his best season since we have been at the club". "Train and prepare, win the game and after the game we recover and then it's who's next? It´s a mini-league and, playing the way we played today, I think we can achieve the top four". Hopefully not, we'll work with that, he's working with that, but the truth is we could use him [for only a] few games.