Onuoha in line for City comeback

Manchester City may be boosted by the return of Nedum Onuoha for Saturday's Premier League clash with Everton at Goodison Park.

Last Updated: 15/01/10 at 16:18

Onuoha: Missed last four games

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Onuoha has missed four games with a calf injury but is expected to be on the bench as new boss Roberto Mancini looks to maintain his 100% record.

Mancini has not been in touch with Emmanuel Adebayor to see when he will return from Togo and new signing Patrick Vieira (calf) is still sidelined.

Kick-off on Merseyside is at 5.30pm.

City (from): Given, Taylor, Zabaleta, Richards, Onuoha, Sylvinho, Garrido, Trippier, Wright-Phillips, Kompany, De Jong, Barry, Bellamy, Robinho, Benjani, Petrov, Weiss, Tevez, Santa Cruz, Vidal, Boyata, Tutte.

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