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Man City And Chelsea Latest Injury Updates Ahead Champions League Final



Here is the list as well as the updates of injuries for both Manchester City and Chelsea ahead their clash in the final of UEFA Champions League final.

Recently, Chelsea and Manchester City are the benchmarks in the Premier League, dominating the league, and making it uncomfortable for other clubs to fit in.

Chelsea will be looking forward to their last game of the season against Aston Villa, after securing an escape 2-1 victory over Leicester City on Tuesday evening.

The blues played out the 1-1 draw at Stamford bridge against the Midlands earlier this season and will hope to seal their Champions League hope for next season during the Sunday clash

Chelsea injury list.

Andreas Christensen

Chelsea center-back has now missed a total of 3 matches including the FA Cup defeat to Leicester City, after picking up a hamstring injury during the blues 2-1 win over Manchester City at the Etihad stadium about a fortnight ago

N’golo Kante

The French midfielder, Kante made a forced substitution in the first half of the Chelsea game against Leicester City on Tuesday evening, resulting from a minor hamstring complaint.

After starting the contest against his former club, the 30-year old was unable to soldier on and was replaced immediately by Croatian international, Mateo Kovacic on 32 minutes

Kai Harvertz

Chelsea faces another massive issue, as summer signing, Kai Harvertz was absent from the matchday squad because of a minor hamstring problem.

Tuchel, however, has issued an update on the former Bayern Leverkusen star, confirming that he hoped to have him back available for selection against Villa, but no guarantee can yet be made

“Hopefully, we will have him back in the squad for Aston Villa on Sunday, but we are not sure yet”.

Manchester City injury list.

The Citizens who have literally won this season’s Premier League title will play the toffes off the back of a 3-2 loss at the Amex Stadium on Tuesday night.

Sergio Aguero

The club’s highest goal scorer was not involved against Newcastle and Brighton clash because of an unspecified injury and remains a major doubt ahead of Everton’s clash.

Ikay Gundogan

Ikay Gundogan had to be replaced due to a knock in the early start of the second half against Brighton, which is a major concern for Manchester City ahead of the Champions League final.

Kyle Walker

Kyle was absent in Brighton’s clash due to a slight problem, but they have been no suggestion that the defender faces missing the Champions League final

Raheem Sterling

The England international was absent during Brighton’s clash due to “not being fully fit” but the Manchester City winger could be seen in the squad against Everton this weekend.

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