Aguero has missed 11 games after coming into contact with someone with COVID-19, before then testing positive himself, but Pep Guardiola has confirmed that after being slowly reintegrated into the squad the Argentine is now back training as normal.
“Rodri trained quite good today and I think he will be available tomorrow,” said Guardiola at his pre-match press conference.
“Ruben came back to training today and Sergio made his second training session with us.”
“Except Fernandinho, Nathan and Kevin, I think the rest of the first team squad are available," he added.
City are in superb form ahead of our clash with Spurs, having won 15 games in a row in all competitions to set a new English top-flight record.
We are unbeaten in 22 matches, with our last defeat coming against this weekend's opponents, who beat us 2-0 in North London back in November.
Guardiola felt it was a deserved victory for Jose Mourinho’s men and admitted his side will have to perform better if we are to extend are remarkable winning run.
“We did really well,” he said when asked what has changed since that defeat to Spurs.
“We lost because they were better in many aspects than us in that game.
“You see the quality of the players they have and the manager, it’s a strong team. We have to do better tomorrow to beat them.”
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