Man City get major injury update as Arsenal Premier League title race goes to the wire

Nathan Ake consoles Jack Grealish as he leaves the pitch with an injury at Luton

Manchester City's Jack Grealish is set to return against Tottenham Hotspur on Tuesday, but there are concerns over Nathan Ake who will undergo a late fitness check.

Grealish missed the recent match at Fulham due to illness, while Ake had to leave the pitch just 20 minutes into the game. Despite this, Ake seemed optimistic about his injury on social media and was spotted walking without much trouble at Craven Cottage after the match.

Kyle Walker stepped in for Ake despite not having trained before the Fulham game and managed to see out the full 90 minutes. Pep Guardiola has now provided an update ahead of the crucial Spurs clash, acknowledging that Ake's participation is uncertain.

Guardiola commented: "Jack is recovered from his illness. Nathan wasn't much better yesterday [Sunday]. Now he will train and we will see if he can train. It is not serious, but we had just two days from the last game."

Arsenal will be keen observers of what happens in North London tomorrow night with the title race set to go to the final day of the campaign. If City lose at the Gunners' fierce rivals, Mikel Arteta's men shall need just a victory to ensure they lift the Premier League.

However, a victory for Guardiola's side will move them into the driving seat. A draw would also be beneficial for Arsenal but if City beat West Ham by more than three goals than the Gunners' result, they shall win the Premier League even if Arteta's team are victorious.

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Tottenham also have their own injury woes, potentially missing six key players. Yves Bissouma, Destiny Udogie, Ben Davies, and Timo Werner are sidelined for the remainder of the season, while Richarlison has been excluded from Brazil's Copa America squad due to a new injury, as confirmed by his club manager Dorival Junior.

Ryan Sessegnon, Fraser Forster, and Manor Solomon add to Spurs' list of injured players.