Man City vs Liverpool
The business end of the Premier League seasons starts this weekend following the international break.
Liverpool are two points clear of Man City in the table, although the Reds have played a game more than the Sky Blues.
If Man City win all their remaining league matches, they’ll beat Liverpool to the title.
On Saturday, Man City head to Fulham.
Liverpool are in action on Sunday when Tottenham visit Anfield.
Fears Sergio Aguero will miss the Copa America
Argentine news outlet Ole have an update on Sergio Aguero on Tuesday.
Aguero has enjoyed a few days rest during the international break.
The Man City star wasn’t selected for the national team in order so that he could recharge his batteries.
Man City are looking to win a historic quadruple this season.
Ole have noted that City now face a crazy schedule of matches, which includes nine games in the next 30 days.
📆 Man City’s run of fixtures in a 25-day period from April 3:
Apr 3: Cardiff (H)
Apr 5: Brighton (H)
Apr 9: Spurs (A)
Apr 14: Crystal Palace (A)
Apr 17: Spurs (H)
Apr 20: Spurs (H)
Apr 24: Man Utd (A)
Apr 28: Burnley (A)
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That sequence of games include a FA Cup semifinal against Brighton, plus a Champions League quarterfinal tie with Spurs.
Ole are fearful of how Man City’s fixture list may affect Aguero, asking the question “will Sergio go to the Copa América?” Ole also reported:
In the midst of the controversy over his absence from the national team, and with the uncertainty over whether he will be on the Copa América roster, Aguero practiced with a smile (on Monday with Man City).
The good news for the Sky Blues is that Aguero appears certain to play at Craven Cottage.
Sergio Aguero could be dropped
Last week Argentina’s national team director Cesar Luis Menotti suggested the Aguero may be dropped. He said:
Aguero now is doing brilliantly but five months ago he was on the bench.
He is an exceptional scorer, but this does not mean that he has an assured position.