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Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says Kyle Walker could play a part in the crucial UEFA Champions League quarter-final second-leg clash against Real Madrid at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday.

Walker has not featured in any game for Manchester City since he suffered a hamstring injury on international duty with England on March 16, and the Cityzens missed him defensively as they lacked the pace to deal with the electrifying attacking transitions of Real Madrid.

However, Guardiola is confident that Walker will pass the fitness test to play a part in City’s pursuit of a semi-final slot come Wednesday night, believing that his presence will be vital in such a big game.

“Kyle Walker feels much better, maybe he can help with minutes against Real Madrid because it’s a final, but I don’t want to lose him for a long time… we will decide in the next days,” he said.

Manchester City face Real Madrid on Wednesday, April 17 and the football world will be eagerly waiting for another enthralling game after their 3-3 result in the first-leg.

By Prosper Kuzo|3Sports||Ghana