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Man City's Nations League hotshots need to shift their form back to the Premier League

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The international break may have come at the perfect time for Manchester City after several of their key players hit form while representing their respective countries.

What can Guardiola take from this and will his Nations League hotshots be able to continue their form and propel City back up the table to familiar territory?

While wins against Arsenal and Sheffield United have helped push City up to 10th, draws against Leeds and West Ham have hindered their progress, while their most recent outing saw them claw back a point against champions Liverpool before the international break.

In his first 10 appearances for the club, Torres scored four goals while providing two assists from the wing, but his hat-trick in the emphatic win over Germany will give Guardiola more food for thought on who can play through the centre, considering his side have only scored four goals across 360 minutes of Premier League football.

De Bruyne is still firing on all fronts for club and country, helping guide Belgium to the Nations League finals on Sunday with a win over England, and will be the catalyst for City going forward if he can stay fit and healthy.

City can really get themselves back in the title race with a win against high-flyers Tottenham on Saturday evening.

A win over Spurs will be a good indicator that the tide is turning for City before they finish the month off with a home game against Burnley that is sandwiched between two away trips in the Champions League.

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