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Manchester City F.C. to Miss Vincent Kompany, David Silva Against Juventus

Updated: 23 November 2015 22:02 IST

While Vincent Kompany is suffering from a calf injury, David Silva has been out for six weeks due to an ankle injury.

Manchester City F.C. to Miss Vincent Kompany, David Silva Against Juventus
Vincent Kompany amnd David Silva are key players of Manchester City F.C. © AFP

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Manchester City head coach Manuel Pellegrini on Monday revealed that defender Vincent Kompany and midfielder David Silva will not be fit for the European Champions League group stage encounter against Juventus here on Wednesday. (Click here for latest Football stories)

Spanish international Silva has been out for six weeks due to an ankle injury, while a calf injury is looking certain to force Belgium international Kompany out of the match against the Italian football champions.

"They are still injured. We hope in the future they can recover as soon as they can, but I don't think any of them will be ready for Wednesday," Pellegrini told the club's website, mcfc.com.

City are coming off a 1-4 rout against Liverpool on Saturday in the English Premier League (EPL).

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