Good for Chelsea: Man City have key injuries ahead of big game

Good for Chelsea: Man City have key injuries ahead of big game

Good for Chelsea: Man City have key injuries ahead of big game

Injury issues for City

Manchester City will be without two of their key players for the clash against Chelsea.

Many people assumed they would be without Kevin De Bruyne, who is working his way back from serious injury.

He’s thought to be back soon, but the Chelsea game and the final game of the Champions League group stages will be too soon.

In addition, City are making sure they don’t risk Sergio Aguero.

The forward is someone who many Fantasy Football players love, but will miss out once again.

However, his injury is not thought to be serious, and his omission is more of a precaution than anything else.

Maurizio Sarri & Pep Guardiola

Maurizio Sarri & Pep Guardiola during the UEFA Champions League group F match between SSC Napoli and Manchester City at Stadio San Paolo on November 1, 2017 in Naples, Italy.

Liverpool vs City

Man City want all three points against Chelsea.

Not only because they want to beat out their total of 100 points from last season, but because they’re in a real title race.

Last season, City ran away with it. However, Liverpool are only two points behind City, and are not giving up.

Jurgen Klopp’s men have managed to win two games they could have easily dropped points in.

Not only that, but they aren’t going away.

If Liverpool win on the weekend in the early kick off, they would go back to the top of the table, and the pressure really would be on City.

See also: Tottenham injury update before Leicester clash

Maurizio Sarri offers injury update ahead of Chelsea vs Man City

Soccer News

via 101 Great Goals

December 7, 2018 at 09:11AM


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