Manchester City team news: injury, suspension list vs.


Sports Mole sums up all the latest Manchester City injury and suspension news ahead of their Premier League game with Southampton.

Manchester City will be looking to claim 13 Premier League victories in a row when they travel to St Mary’s to face Southampton January 22.

The Citizens recorded a 1-0 win over league second Chelsea on Saturday to take their advantage at the summit to 13 points.

Man City have now collected 56 points from their opening 22 games of the campaign and appear to be closing in on another Premier League title.

Right here, sports mole sums up all the injury and suspension news from the away team ahead of the showdown with Southampton, who are currently 12th in England’s top flight.


© Reuters

Status: Outside
Type of injury: international duty
Possible return date: Unknown

Riyad Mahrez is currently unavailable due to his involvement in the Africa Cup of Nations.


Ukrainian Oleksandr Zinchenko during training, July 2, 2021© Reuters

Status: major doubt
Type of injury: Hit
Possible return date: 22 January (v Southampton)

Oleksandr Zinchenko missed Chelsea on Saturday with a knock, and the Ukraine international remains a doubt for the clash with Southampton.


Nathan Ake of Manchester City pictured on August 15, 2021© Reuters

Status: little doubt
Type of injury: Aptitude
Possible return date: 22 January (v Southampton)

Nathan Ake was out against Chelsea on Saturday due to a lack of fitness, and the Netherlands international remains a slight doubt for the clash with Ralph Hasenhüttlfrom the side.


MAN CITY SUSPENSIONS LIST

Manchester City's Benjamin Mendy with manager Pep Guardiola after being substituted on August 15, 2021© Reuters

Possible return date: Unknown

Subject to a police charge, left-back Benjamin Mendy remains suspended by the Citizens.


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