Erling Haaland injury update and Pep Guardiola’s early Forest team news given by

Manchester City displayed an impressive performance at the Amex Stadium, taking the lead with Kevin De Bruyne’s goal just 17 minutes into the game. Phil Foden then scored two quick goals before halftime, securing the victory.

Julian Alvarez added another goal in the second half. This win places Guardiola’s side just one point behind Arsenal in second place, with a game in hand.

The team has five games left in the season and could retain their title if they maintain their flawless form. Foden and De Bruyne have been crucial for City recently, and the return of Haaland could further strengthen their chances of winning the Premier League.

Haaland has been absent since City’s Champions League exit, missing matches against Brighton and in the FA Cup semi-final. Guardiola expressed his preference to have Haaland back in the squad.

City did not encounter any new injury concerns against Brighton, as several key players were substituted to ensure their fitness for the upcoming match against Forest. Forest is determined to impact the title race and is motivated by their frustration with recent VAR decisions.

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