Raheem Sterling will miss Manchester City's Premier League match against West Ham on Sunday with a hamstring injury.
Sterling suffered the injury during City's 2-0 defeat at Tottenham and faces a race to be fit for the Champions League first leg against Real Madrid at the Bernabeu on February 26.
City will have their two-week mid-season break after Sunday's game, which is live on Sky Sports, but then have a trip to Leicester, in what could be a pivotal match to decide second place in the Premier League, before the match in Spain.
Sterling, who is without a goal in 2020, has started 23 of City's 25 league matches this season.
City said on Twitter: "Raheem Sterling will miss our game against West Ham this weekend after scans revealed he has suffered damage to his left hamstring. Everyone at City wishes Sterling a full and speedy recovery."