Man City vs Wolves
Can Man City beat Wolves on Monday to close the gap on Liverpool to four points?
Wolves were memorably the first team in the Premier League to stop Man City winning this season.
Earlier in the season when the sides met at Molineux, Wolves held the Sky Blues to a 1-1 draw.
Should Wolves repeat that result tonight, more will start to believe that Liverpool will win the title.
Sergio Aguero injury update
Will Sergio Aguero start for Man City against Wolves tonight?
Aguero has been missing in recent matches as the Argentine has been ill.
However it’s widely believed that Aguero has now recovered from illness and he’ll lead Man City’s attack vs Wolves.
Gabriel Jesus is set to start the match on the bench.
Man City’s probable XI vs Wolves
In other Man City selection news, Fabian Delph is now available again after serving a suspension.
Kevin De Bruyne is also available following a recent spell on the sidelines.
Accordingly, Pep Guardiola could field Man CIty’s strongest XI against Wolves.
Ruben Neves & Man City
Pep Guardiola has spoken about Ruben Neves joining Man City from Wolves.
Many have commented this season that Man City’s weakness is their lack of squad depth with defensive midfielders.
If Fernandinho is injured, Man City don’t have a back-up option.
Could that be Neves?
Guardiola has poured cold water on thoughts the Portuguese international will join the Sky Blues anytime soon:
A month ago, I started reading: ‘Rúben Neves, £100million’. That is not going to happen, we are not going to pay £100 million for a holding midfielder.
We have a limit and cannot spend more. We try to be stable in everything.
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— Sam Lee (@Sammy_Goal) January 13, 2019