Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has confirmed that attacking midfielder Kevin De Bruyne could be in the squad to face Everton on Saturday.
The Belgian missed City's last two games but could be in the starting line-up to face Ronald Koeman's side.
"All of the injured players are much, much, much better," Guardiola said.
"Some will play tomorrow, some will not. They all trained good in the last few days. I don't know if they'll play for 90 minutes. We'll have to think about it this afternoon.
"I never prioritize games. The next one is always the most important game. I'll see how the international players are - some recover quickly, some need more time.
"[Everton?] John [Stones] told me how good they are, the quality of the players - he was one month, two months with Ronald - not a long time. He played with five in the first game against Tottenham, sometimes 4-4-2, sometimes 4-5-1. I don't know what Ronald will do on Saturday."