Wilfried Bony: My time at Manchester City can help Swansea

Wilfried Bony: My time at Manchester City can help Swansea

Manchester City have announced their side and substitutes to take on struggling Swansea City in a Premier League fixture at the Liberty Stadium this evening.

David Silva scored twice, Kevin De Bruyne grabbed one and Sergio Aguero rounded the victory off with five minutes to go as Pep Guardiola's side kicked on from their weekend win over Manchester United with another three points.

"We're just enjoying it at the moment - enjoying it probably more than 19 other teams in the league".

City have scored 52 goals in 17 league games this season, earning praise for their style, while Mourinho's United have been criticised for their approach despite sitting second.

Swansea's defeat was their joint-heaviest of the season and they remain bottom of the Premier League with 12 points. The Swansea manager admitted. "If you're Man City supporter it must be nice to see that football, but it wasn't nice from my point of view".

"We don't want to be in same position as a year ago and I am confident we can do it because the group is good and we train well".

"We play good inside, outside".

"We've got our home crowd behind us (on Saturday) and I think that could be what we're missing in terms of getting that finishing touch on a goal", he told the Arsenal website. "He's sharp, he's in an incredible condition".

Per Pritchard, he said: "That is not going to happen".

City's winning run is bound to come to an end eventually, but it is hard to see them suffering any sort of collapse to allow their rivals back into the race, particularly with world-class operators like Silva playing at the top of their game.

"We just have to focus on ourselves, what we can do better and how we can improve".