Nathan Ake is Manchester City’s only major injury concern for Tottenham clash

Nathan Ake is Manchester City’s only major injury concern as they continue their preparations for tomorrow evenings pivotal Premier League clash with Tottenham.

The champions face another must win match at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Victory for Pep Guardiola’s side against Spurs will mean they head into the final day with their title destiny in their own hands. It appears that they will be heading into tomorrow night’s match with only one major injury concern.

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Pep Guardiola was asked about the condition of Jack Grealish and Nathan Ake heading into tomorrow’s match during his pre-game press conference today. The City manager had a positive update on Grealish after he missed Saturday’s win over Fulham due to illness. He also told the media that it will depend on how Nathan Ake trains today if he is available for tomorrow night’s clash with Spurs. Guardiola told the media: “Jack is recovered from illness. Nathan was much better yesterday, Now we are going to train, and we will see if he can train later today. (Ake’s injury) Is not serious, but it’s only three days since last game to tomorrow.

Attention will now shift to City’s training session later today for any clues as to Ake’s condition. The defender was substituted early in the first half of City’s 4-nil win over Fulham. He suffered what looked to be a calf injury while making crucial intervention early in Saturday’s match at Craven Cottage.

The availability of Jack Grealish for tomorrow night’s clash with Tottenham is positive news for Manchester City. While he hasn’t started in recent games, he could have a vital role to play if given the chance to make an impact.

Tags English Premier League Jack Grealish Manchester City Nathan Ake Pep Guardiola Premier League title race Tottenham Hotspur

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