The contrasting form of the two sides makes anything other than a Man City victory hard to envisage. With 12 goals in their last four matches, City have shown no sign of slowing down. Manchester are currently the best teams in Europe and playing so excellent. They are still unbeaten and this gives us a brief idea about them. They played 4 games and won all. With four wins out of four, Manchester City have already secured qualification into the knockout stage of the competition. Feyenoord, the champions of Holland are having a terrible group campaign as they have lost every single match. Yet to pick up a single point, Feyenoord are merely playing for a spot in the next round of the Europa League. Feyenoord last win in champions league was against New Castle in 2002. Only one head to head match was played between these two games and Manchester won comfortably.
Feyenoord Team News
Jan-Arie van der Heijden and Eric Botteghin are both expected to miss out, although the former has a slight chance of recovering from a calf problem and with Kenneth Vermeer out injured, former Liverpool goalkeeper Brad Jones will start in goal.
Manchester City Team News
Having already secured qualification, Manchester City will surely opt to ring the changes. John Stones picked up a serious hamstring injury which will see him miss most period. Vincent Kompany comes into contention while Benjamin Mendy is a long-term absentee.
Feyenoord Probable XI
Jones, Nieuwkoop, Tapia, Juste, Haps, Amrabat, Toornstra, Vilhena, Berghuis, Jorgensen, Boetius
Manchester City Probable XI
Bravo, Delph, Otamendi, Mangala, Danilo, Toure, Foden, Gundogan, De Bruyne, Silva, Jesus
Prediction : Manchester City are clear favourites of this match