Sergio fit for City while Kane, Alli and Winks all back for Spurs

Manchester City’s all-time leading goal scorer Sergio Aguero has been passed fit and available for action against Leicester city after the Argentina striker collapsing and being taken to hospital at half time during his countries 4-2 defeat by Nigeria in Krasnodar on Tuesday.

City boss Pep Guardiola confirmed the striker had been back in Manchester for a few days now and been passed fit by the club’s medical staff!

Other injury news for the Premier League leader’s see’s club captain Vincent Kompany could possibly return from a calf injury that has kept him side lined his August, while it is still too early Raheem Sterling, while midfielder Fabien Delph is still struggling with the calf injury that saw him pull out of England’s recent games over Germany and Brazil.

In Saturdays early kick off third place Tottenham Hotspurs travel to the Emirates Stadium as they look to keep up the pressure on the two Manchester teams.

Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Harry Winks are all expected to return from their various injuries that kept them out of England’s two internationals last week, also expected to return is goal keeper Hugo Lloris who missed the last game against Crystal Palace.

For the home team French man Olivier Giroud is doubtful, the gunners medical staff will assess Danny Welbeck and Shkodran Mustafi after the pair recently returned to training, although there could be a recall for summer signing Alexandre Lacazette.

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