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Sergio Aguero is set to miss Manchester City's Premier League trip to relegation-threatened Stoke on Monday night after sustaining a knee injury in training.

Aguero announced on his official Twitter feed that he expected to be out for up to two weeks with the injury, meaning he could be back for the trip to Everton at the end of this month.

Sky Bet make Manchester City the odds-on favourites at 1/4 to beat Stoke.

Manchester City playmaker David Silva returns for the Premier League leaders after missing the midweek Champions League clash against Basel for personal reasons.

Forward Raheem Sterling and midfielder Fernandinho are both hoping to prove their fitness after returning to training following hamstring injuries.

Left-back Fabian Delph is available again after suspension but could be doubtful after suffering a knock. Benjamin Mendy (knee) is also back in training and could return in the next month.

Stoke forward Mame Diouf is set to miss out on Monday night due to the shoulder injury he sustained last weekend at Southampton.

Defender Kevin Wimmer and striker Saido Berahino, who have been placed on programmes to up their fitness levels, could return to the matchday squad after missing the last six and two games respectively.

Midfielder Stephen Ireland (calf) is not yet ready to make his comeback, and goalkeeper Lee Grant (broken wrist) also remain sidelined.

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp talks to Daniel Sturridge1

Sturridge hit with betting charge

Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has been charged with misconduct in relation to alleged breaches of the Football Association's betting rules.

Oldham players celebrate2

Oldham steal dramatic FA Cup win

Oldham came from behind to beat Hampton & Richmond 2-1 and seal a place in the second round of the FA Cup.

The latest rumour and gossip from the back pages
3

Paper Talk: Trio chase Brahimi

Newcastle, West Ham and Everton are all looking to sign Porto midfielder Yacine Brahimi, according to today's back pages.

Ian Holloway
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Former Blackpool, QPR and Millwall manager Ian Holloway is the 9/2 favourite to get the vacant position at AFC Wimbledon.

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