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Burton have since progressed to the third tier in League One, but Clough believes stopping Pep Guardiola's City, particularly when they travel to the Etihad on Wednesday, is an even tougher task.

Burton Albion boss Nigel Clough had no complaints after their Carabao Cup semifinal thrashing by Manchester City.

City are still active in four competitions while title rivals Liverpool have only the Premier League and Champions League to worry about.

"If everyone is fit and not injured we can cope with it", Guardiola said.

"You're bringing confidence to players within that team as well". When everyone is fit, it's better.

"Burton knew what was about to happen to them". Then we saw Manchester City, wow!

The Argentinean worldwide is now on loan at the San Siro from Juve but after starting life at Milan in superb form with 7 goals in his first 9 appearances, the striker is going through a dry spell having netted just once in his last 11 outings.

Asked if he wants Kompany to stay at City, Guardiola said: "We are considering it, we are talking about that". "I like to be in the four competitions as far as possible".

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Clough also masterminded Sheffield United's run to the last four of both the League and FA Cup when in League One in two seasons at Bramall Lane between 2013 and 2015.

"It's good for us because we can play the second team and players who don't play so many minutes".

"I take the cups seriously. It was ideal for the rhythm for Kevin (De Bruyne), (Ilkay) Gundogan, Nico (Otamendi), Kyle (Walker) - flawless".

This Premier League season is on course to be the highest scoring in the English top flight in more than half a century and much of it is down to teams using data to inform their players' in-game decisions. In the last 11 games in which they've failed to win they've conceded at least two goals in a match on 10 occasions and an average of 2.8 per game.

"I watched them play Liverpool and they were pretty frightening at times", he said. "They won't be overawed, they'll go there to do a job and hope that we can get a reasonable result".

Reacting to his side's win, Pep Guardiola lauded his wards for the performance, disclosing that City are technically into the finals of the tournament.

Put simply then, if you don't fancy Bournemouth to beat Everton then it's highly likely that Eddie Howe's men will concede at last two or three goals.


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