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Man City vs Real Madrid: Champions League squad news, lineup, and injuries today


The lineup for the highly anticipated Champions League clash between Manchester City and Real Madrid.

We have all the latest squad news and injury updates.


Having the entire Manchester City squad at their disposal for tonight's second leg of the Champions League quarter-final against Real Madrid is a significant advantage for the team. This showcases their immense strength and will amplify the game's anticipation.


Pep Guardiola's team is poised to make it to yet another semi-final, thanks to the advantage of playing the second leg at home. In a thrilling match in the Spanish capital, Manchester City displayed their resilience and impressive scoring ability against a formidable opponent, resulting in an exhilarating 3-3 draw. 


Manchester City's recent triumphs, exemplified by their dominant 5-1 win over Luton and the welcomed return of influential midfielder Rodri following a well-deserved rest, demonstrate the team's cohesion and collective enthusiasm. These impressive accomplishments bode well for their upcoming game, strengthening the connection between the players and the fans. 


After missing the first leg against Madrid due to illness, Kevin De Bruyne returned to the pitch in the victory against the Hatters. Guardiola welcomed Ederson's comeback on Saturday as Kyle Walker and Nathan Ake found themselves on the bench. 


The team can find optimism in the positive updates regarding recovering injured players Nathan Ake and Kyle Walker. Ake and Walker are both making positive progress.

Ake took part in an entire training session on Monday, while Walker has been steadily recovering from a hamstring injury since the international break. Their performances are encouraging. 


After being given a break this weekend, Bernardo Silva is expected to return and reclaim his spot in the starting lineup. 


Phil Foden was seen leaving the pitch with a slight limp towards the end of the match in Madrid, but he made a comeback and was spotted on the substitute bench for the game against Luton. There is reason to hope he will be fit enough to participate. 


John Stones was not included in the Luton game squad, but Guardiola clarified that his absence was a precautionary measure.

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