Manchester City have a full squad available ahead of the defining week of the season

As the defining week in the season approaches, Manchester City will have a full squad available. With Fulham up next for Pep Guardiola’s side, the champions have no injury concerns heading into tomorrow’s match at Craven Cottage.

Pep Guardiola confirmed the news during his pre-game press conference today. When asked if there were any injury concerns amongst his squad. The City manager replied: “No, everything is fine. For many years, we have had an incredible medical department with lots of physios doing lots of work. True, we are fortunate for the last season to have few injuries.

Guardiola also told the media that it would be down to how the Manchester City squad performs at training as to who will be selected for tomorrow’s must win match. He added: “How we feel, how they train, how they behave, the opponent, tactics and many things. There is not a specific rule to decide.

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Manchester City will begin their hunt for three more wins to secure a fourth consecutive Premier League title against Fulham tomorrow. While they are within touching distance of creating history this season, there is still work to do. Following tomorrow’s match with Fulham, the champions will still have to face off against Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham. But first, they must ensure that they come away from Craven Cottage with three points against Fulham.

A win for the champions would see them jump to the top of the Premier League table before Arsenal face Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday. If City can beat Fulham, they may be able to put pressure on Mikel Arteta’s side before they play 24 hours after the world champions.

But more importantly, City will head into tomorrow’s game with a full squad available. Pep Guardiola has every player available for tomorrow’s game, and the final week of the Premier League season could be a vital ingredient in City’s chase for history.

Tags Arsenal English Premier League Fulham Manchester City Manchester United Mikel Arteta Pep Guardiola Premier League title race Tottenham Hotspur West Ham United

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