Barry back to boost City bid

Gareth Barry is set to return for Manchester City as the Blues face top-four rivals Tottenham at Eastlands tomorrow night.

Last Updated: 04/05/10 at 12:39

Barry: Back for City

Barry: Back for City

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The England star missed Saturday's victory over former club Aston Villa with a hamstring injury but could be back to bolster the City midfield in their biggest game of the season.

Joleon Lescott (hamstring) has been ruled out for the remainder of the campaign and Stephen Ireland (ankle) will also miss out.

City (from): Nielsen, Fulop, Onuoha, Richards, Kay, Boyata, Kompany, Toure, Bridge, Garrido, Sylvinho, Adam Johnson, Cunningham, Zabaleta, De Jong, Barry, Vieira, Bellamy, Wright-Phillips, Tevez, Santa Cruz, Adebayor, Ibrahim, Nimely.

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