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By Sam Lyon
David Ornstein reports: "Not for the first time in this season's Europa League, Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini rings the changes. There are eight in all from Saturday's defeat at Wolves, the most notable seeing Mario Balotelli drop to the bench when he was tipped for a first European start. Elsewhere, Joleon Lescott, Dedryck Boyata and Wayne Bridge come into defence, Patrick Vieira and Pablo Zabaleta will hold in central midfield and Adam Johnson and Shaun Wright-Phillips get a run out on the wings. Leading the line for hosts Lech is top scorer Artjoms Rudnevs, while Bartosz Bosiacki takes the captain's armband in Jose Maria Bakero's first game in charge."
Lech Poznan: Buric, Kikut, Bosacki, Arboleda, Henriquez, Peszko, Injac, Djurdjevic, Krivets, Stilic, Rudnevs. Subs: Kotorowski, Gancarczyk, Bandrowski, Wilk, Kielb, Zapotoka, Mozdzen.
Man City: Given, Zabaleta, Richards, Boyata, Lescott, Adam Johnson, Vieira, Bridge, Wright-Phillips, Milner, Adebayor. Subs: Hart, Kompany, Kolarov, Barry, Silva, Jo, Balotelli.
Referee: Pieter Vink (Holland)
As many as nine teams can confirm their progress into the last 32 tonight, led by Manchester City who would guarantee a top-two finish in Group A with a win over Lech Poznan courtesy of their better head-to-head record against the Polish outfit (Lech, in theory, could still finish on the same points). Sporting, CSKA Moscow, Zenit St Petersburg, VfB Stuttgart, FC Porto and Paris St Germain can also guarantee qualification with victory. It's a little less cut-and-dried for Liverpool, but a win over Napoli tonight would leave them needing just a draw against Steaua Bucharest on 2 Dec to go through. Nice.
Mario Balotelli starts on the bench in Poland, with Emmanuel Adebayor preferred up front.
David Ornstein reports: "Stung by two straight league defeats and reports of unrest in the camp, City travel to Poland keen to silence their critics. Win and they're through to the last 32, but in Lech they face a side aiming to boost their own hopes of qualification and exact revenge for defeat at Eastlands a fortnight ago. Wednesday's sacking of coach Jacek Zielinski did not make for ideal preparation, but his replacement Jose Maria Bakero was part of the Barcelona "Dream Team" that won the 1992 European Cup - so he knows what it feels like to win on the big stage."
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