Crushing Arsenal to 3-0 at the Emirates has partly regained the inherent confidence to defending champions Man City towards the goal of conquering the titles this season. Obviously this is the time that City needs to focus on all their matches and the goal of defending the throne in the League cup this year is no exception. Meanwhile, with Oxford United, who are only playing in League One, having to welcome a too strong Man City will still be a challenge for the home team.
Oxford United are playing in League One and their achievement is now ranked 8th in the rankings with 30 points after 8 wins, 6 draws and 5 losses. In this arena, they have gone through 2 consecutive rounds without winning with 1 win and 1 draw. However, one thing that helps the Kassam team have confidence is that they can play at home, the fulcrum that has helped them to be unbeaten in 11 consecutive matches in all competitions, the most impressive of which is to beat. West ham United 4-0. However, the difference in qualifications of the two teams is difficult to erase the house and it is hard to expect expectations for Oxford United if Man City is really determined. Because in the previous season, Man City also met Oxford United in the League Cup, but in the third round and the match took place at Kassam Stadium ended with a 3-0 victory for Pep Guardiola's teachers and students.
Half of the Manchester City is having great confidence when they just beat the London Gunners right on the Emirates with a score of 3-0 and before that they had successfully enrolled in the round of 1 to 8 Champions League arenas as is the top team. It's undeniable that strategist Pep Guadiola owns a top-quality team in the Premier League this season and has a very deep depth, so just a backup squad makes them very scary. Man City's strength is completely superior to Oxford. The statistics have shown that and it also means that the unexpected happening in the next match is impossible.