David Silva returned to training with City

Reuters/John Sibley

Manchester City’s midfielder David Silva has recovered from a hamstring injury.

The Citizens’ performer is preparing for the match against Leicester with all squad, the official website reports.

The Spaniard missed a few matches: against Hoffenheim (2:1), Everton (3:1), Leicester (1:1) and Crystal Palace (2:3) due to a hamstring injury that he received in the duel with Chelsea.

32-year-old Silva has played 20 matches for City in all tournaments this season, in which he scored eight goals and gave three assists.

The battle of the 19th Premier League round between Leicester City and Manchester City will be held in a few hours, at 3 p.m.

(Reporting by Dan McGlush, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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