Kompany & Barry likely to miss Leeds clash

The club captain has been out since his side's win against Stoke City in the previous round, while the England midfielder is also a fitness doubt
Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has revealed that skipper Vincent Kompany and midfielder Gareth Barry are unlikely to feature in Sunday's FA Cup clash against Leeds.

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The club captain has been sidelined since late January, when he injuring his calf during the FA Cup fourth-round victory over Stoke City.

The Belgian subsequently missed his side's next three Premier League games and Mancini confirmed at a press conference that he is unlikely to play a part in Sunday's fixture.

Barry, meanwhile, played in the Premier League champions' last game – a 3-1 defeat at Southampton – but is also a fitness doubt with a knock.

However, Mancini stated that, injuries aside, he will play the best team available to him against Neil Warnock's men.

City won the FA Cup in 2011 and Argentine defender Pablo Zabaleta has urged his side to use the tournament to bounce back from their recent travails.