Manchester City Suffers Double Blow: Kyle Walker and John Stones Ruled Out of Crucial Clash Against Arsenal

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Manchester City Suffers Double Blow: Kyle Walker and John Stones Ruled Out of Crucial Clash Against Arsenal

Manchester City has received a setback ahead of their crucial Premier League match against Arsenal, as both Kyle Walker and John Stones will be sidelined due to injuries sustained while on international duty with England.

Walker suffered a hamstring problem during England’s 1-0 defeat to Brazil, while Stones had to leave the pitch during the 2-2 draw with Belgium due to an adductor issue. Their absence could pose challenges for City’s defense, especially considering their upcoming Champions League quarter-final against Real Madrid.

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Manager Pep Guardiola confirmed the injuries, stating that Walker’s situation is more severe than Stones’. However, there’s positive news for City as Ederson, Manuel Akanji, Jack Grealish, and Kevin De Bruyne are expected to return from their respective injuries.

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De Bruyne, in particular, has had a tough season due to injuries but has been influential whenever he’s been fit. Guardiola emphasized De Bruyne’s importance to the team and expressed optimism about his return to action.

Looking ahead to the match against Arsenal, Guardiola acknowledged the quality of their opponents but emphasized City’s own strengths, especially their formidable home record and their pursuit of multiple trophies this season.

City’s upcoming schedule includes challenging fixtures in the Premier League, Champions League, and FA Cup, highlighting the importance of maintaining their form and fitness in the final stretch of the season.

Source: Channels TV

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