Tottenham & Crystal Palace
Manchester City’s next two matches are against Tottenham and Crystal Palace.
The Sky Blues take on Spurs in the Champions League quarterfinals.
Tottenham host their Premier League in their brand new stadium on Tuesday night.
Next weekend Man City return to Premier League action with an away trip to Crystal Palace.
Could this prove one of City’s hardest remaining matches of the league season?
Sergio Aguero injury update
Argentine striker Sergio Aguero was last seen in action at Craven Cottage.
Aguero was subbed out the match at Fulham with a muscle injury.
That injury has kept the South American centre-forward out of matches against Cardiff and Brighton.
Will Aguero return for the upcoming games against Tottenham and Crystal Palace?
Pep Guardiola was asked that on Saturday, and the City boss confirmed it remains in the balance.
Aguero, who is reportedly “much much better”, will only return to first team training on Sunday.
If you had to bet on it, Aguero will play in City’s Champions League and Premier League matches this week. But that remains unconfirmed.
Aguero is “much much better” but will only train for first time tomorrow. After that, Guardiola says, they’ll decide whether he can face Spurs or Palace
— Sam Lee (@Sammy_Goal) April 6, 2019
Man City 1 – Brighton 0
If Aguero isn’t fit, Man City can turn to Brazilian striker Gabriel Jesus.
Gabriel Jesus was the hero for the Sky Blues at Wembley on Saturday in the FA Cup semifinal against Brighton.
The attacker needed just four minutes before firing City into the lead over the Seagulls.
— The Emirates FA Cup (@EmiratesFACup) April 6, 2019