Manchester City will be aiming to make it two Premier League victories on the bounce when they face Brighton on Saturday evening.
Following the entertaining draw against Liverpool, Man City got back to winning ways with a comfortable 2-0 victory against Burnley last weekend.
During the week, they were scintillating in the Champions League as Club Brugge were demolished 5-1.
Ferran Torres remains the only player unavailable to Pep Guardiola due to injury so the City boss nearly has a full squad at his disposal.
The Spanish winger will be out until the new year after suffering a fractured foot on international duty.
Against Brighton, Ederson will start in goal having missed the previous Premier League game due to international commitments.
It will likely be the same back four as midweek, with Kyle Walker, Ruben Dias, Aymeric Laporte and Joao Cancelo in defence.
There may be one change in midfield with Ilkay Gundogan given a run out in place of either Kevin De Bruyne or Bernardo Silva.
Silva in particular has played lots of football recently so may be given a rest.
Though Guardiola likes to rotate his attack, we could see Jack Grealish, Phil Foden and Riyad Mahrez keeping their spots from the Club Brugge game.
Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus will be pushing for starts, though.