Arsenal boost as Manchester City sweating over star’s fitness for Gunners clash

Sergio Aguero has given City a fitness scare.

Arsenal have reportedly been handed a possible boost as Manchester City are said to be sweating over the fitness of star striker Sergio Aguero for Wednesday night’s Premier League clash at the Etihad Stadium.

City saw Aguero go off injured in the defeat to Manchester United on Sunday, and according to they are now sweating over his availability as he sat on the Old Trafford bench with ice strapped to his thigh.

We’re certainly major underdogs going into this game due to our poor recent record in away games against the big six, so any boost like this could be very useful to us before our trip to Manchester.

Aguero remains a lethal finisher and often seems to have a good day against us, so let’s hope he doesn’t quite make it back in time for this one, even if City obviously have other talented attackers to choose from.

The report adds that Kevin De Bruyne should return for MCFC despite missing the Manchester Derby.


  1. Lol.. Even if Aguero + Sterling were out.
    I wouldn’t be confident about anything as long as KDB is back.
    I hate seeing that guy play against us, he picks us apart with ease each time he does.
    I’m still undecided if I’ll see the game through, I’d love to swap to Atletico/Liverpool game.

  2. Kevin would still tare our defence apart, so nothing to imagine here. Try not losing by 3 or 4 and move on, we all saw the game against West Ham

  3. It is the first game the two clubs will have met since Arteta joined Arsenal and City haven’t been enjoying the best of seasons by their lofty standards.

    With my cup half full I am going with a draw and hope that Arteta with his insider knowledge can get the best out of the boys tomorrow night.

    Guardiola is fiercely competetive, but fingers crossed that the team have got their eye on the champions league rather than the PL now that Liverpool have as good as won it. Fingers definitely crossed!

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