Guardiola praises 'club legend' Aguero after emphatic win

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The Citizens ran riot at Vicarage Road as Sergio Aguero netted a hat-trick, Gabriel Jesus and Nicolas Otamendi bagged a goal a piece and Raheem Sterling rounded off the rout from the penalty spot. The pair combined very well again after both partnered to score in the thrashing of Liverpool last weekend. On Saturday afternoon, they will host another undefeated side - Manchester City, at Vicarage Road. In fact, the Watford boss could have as many as seven major absentees from his matchday squad due to suspension and fitness issues.

But while Guardiola says he is pleased with his team's performances in recent weeks, he is demanding more consistency from his chargers. Normally we like to give him time to know our style of play, our idea.

Younes Kaboul, Sebastian Prodl, Craig Cathcart, and Miguel Britos are will not play in this match.

Manchester City could welcome captain Vincent Kompany back from a calf problem.

He added: "On Saturday, it's still important that everyone keep their feet on the ground".

The margin of victory was not quite enough to lift City above neighbours Manchester United to the top of the pile come the end of matchday four, though as things stand they look a real force and will likely hammer many more opponents between now and the season's end.

The Hornets held out until the last 10 minutes, when Yaya Toure and Sergio Aguero struck within two minutes of each other to seal another miserable defeat for Watford against City.

Despite Watford's league failings against City over the last 28 years, Marco Silva has instilled great confidence and solidity upon taking the reigns from Walter Mazzarri.

Gomes has been one of the best shot stoppers in the Premier League ever since Watford returned to the top flight in 2015.

Pep Guardiola, meanwhile, has called on his Manchester City stars to prove they are a "big team" by showing they can grind out domestic wins following midweek European outings.

Man City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne reckons the intense competition for places at the club is helping to maintain their standards on the pitch.

"Tomorrow, for example, is a big test for us". Then they had two wins over Bournemouth (1-2) and Liverpool (5-0) after a draw (1-1) to Everton.