Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero has completed full training sessions this week and has been pencilled in to start at Liverpool on Sunday, [football] direct news understands. A source close to the Etihad Stadium told FDN the pint-sized forward has been working alongside first-choice team-mates in a provisional line-up for the crunch title showdown. The Blues will ask their medical staff to assess Aguero at the end of the week in order to establish how far along he is in his recovery from the hamstring injury which has sidelined him for almost a month. According to the source, City are willing to leave it as late as possible before making the final decision, but if he proves his fitness he will start up front for the visitors at Anfield. The Argentina international has not featured for Manuel Pellegrini’s side since limping off at half-time against Barcelona in the Champions League on March 12, missing crucial games at Manchester United and Arsenal. Should there be any last-minute doubts about his ability to make the starting line-up this weekend, Bosnia hitman Edin Dzeko will get the nod after hitting a rich vein of form.