Manchester City v Leeds Utd Saturday 10th April 12-30 | Etihad Stadium Leeds face top of the table Manchester City for a Saturday lunchtime kick off at the Etihad Stadium. City are 14 points clear of second place (the red side of Manchester) on 74 points, 32 points more than Leeds in 11th place. Citeh Manager Pep Guardiola has admitted that he plans to rotate his squad this weekend as his team target four pieces of silverware this term. Guardiola said “They are human beings, they are not machines,” said Guardiola over his squad rotation. “I know the players, some of them are upset all the time because they want to play every day but this is not possible. “To compete in all competitions in this year without spectators, in the shortest competition ever, (if) you don’t rotate you don’t compete in all competitions and you will not be in the position we are in now. “Of course they could play, they have an incredible mentality but they need rest. UEFA and FIFA killed the players because it’s too much. We haven’t had one midweek off since we started, not even one. “There is no player who can sustain (this), not just physically but mentally to be ready every day to compete against opponents to win the game. It’s impossible. “I rotate I’m a genius, ‘well done Pep’ but when we lose and I rotate people say ‘why rotate? You have to play the players like normal’. But it’s unsustainable. “The next game we are going to play fresh legs and against Leeds, more than ever, fresh legs.” Leeds have no fresh injury worries but Jack Harrison is obviously not allowed to play against his parent club. It is expected that Helder Costa will start his tenth game of the season on the left wing. Stuart Dallas is expected to start at left back as he offers more resistance in defence than Alioski. Bielsa has the luxury of having centre backs Struijk, Llorente, Cooper and Koch fully fit. Manchester City have no fresh injury concerns following their 2-1 midweek win against Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League Quarter final first leg.