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Manchester City vs Burnley 

After thrashing RB Leipzig in the Champions League, Manchester City will take on Vincent Kompany's Burnley on Saturday in an effort to secure their spot in the FA Cup semifinals.

On Tuesday, Manchester City destroyed Leipzig 7-0, with Erling Haaland scoring five goals. Burnley defeated Wigan Athletic 3-0 in their most recent match.

Sunday's matchup is sure to be an interesting contest, with Burnley far ahead at the top of the Championship and Pep Guardiola's team in second place in the Premier League.

In the preliminary round of the Champions League last week, the hosts, Manchester City, put in an incredible effort to win 8-1 on the road.

In addition to Haaland's five goals, Ilkay Gundogan and Kevin De Bruyne scored the most goals for the Cityzens, who won the game from start to finish.

Man City's winning streak has now reached nine games after winning each of their past five games overall and in all tournaments.

Guardiola's team will be hoping to advance to the FA Cup semifinals after winning 10 of their previous 13 matches and going down just once.

Under the direction of Manchester City icon Vincent Kompany, who has changed the team's playing style, Burnley is having a great season.

Having just lost two of their 36 league games this year, the Clarets lead the championship standings by a margin of 13 points.

Burnley won 4-2 against Bournemouth in their FA Cup opener before defeating Ipswich Town and Fleetwood to go to the quarterfinals.

Burnley will be cautiously optimistic about taking on Manchester City because they haven't lost any of their last 17 games in any league.

Head-to-head: Burnley has lost 15 of their past 19 encounters with Manchester City while managing just one victory.

It's also important to note that Manchester City has defeated the Clarets in 14 of their previous 15 encounters, with over 1.5 goals scored in 13 of those games.

In team news, Guardiola still has a fully healthy team to work with because no one got hurt in Manchester City's Champions League game on Tuesday.

On the other hand, Josh Brownhill, Darko Churlinov, and Taylor Harwood-Bellis of Burnley seem to be unavailable for the coming weeks due to their injuries.

Burnley is having a fantastic campaign under Kompany, but Manchester City are predicted to show off their might on Saturday.

Experts think that Manchester City will move on to the next round if they score more than 2.5 goals and keep a clean sheet. 

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