David Silva and John Stones are also doubts for the game.
Forward Shinji Okazaki faces a two-week absence with a knee injury.
The league leaders will be eager to get back to winning ways when they host Leicester City at Etihad Stadium on Saturday. We are backing a 3-1 City win as our prediction in this game.
"I said before my last press conference it was important for him to come back quick", Puel said. There's a good feeling in the team. We made three good training sessions and then we come back.
"For the football in general, and for the players who are the artists, they must do that". He loves his team-mates, and that's important. I don't think so.
Despite bossing the game, it was Leicester who drew level in the 23rd minute as Vardy capitalised on a mistake in the City defence to shoot past Ederson.
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Tricky Mahrez missed the Premier League clashes with Everton and Swansea and looks set to quit the Foxes over the summer. Ahead of the game, they have a 13-point lead at the top with 12 games left in the season.
Form Manchester City, center-back John Stones is available again after the England worldwide missed City's last two games due to illness and a minor knee injury. The club record is six matches, last achieved in December 2013.
"In the Premier League game against them it was hard, the sending off after three minutes changed the game".
"We have tomorrow and three days later the Champions League, five days for the next one, five days for the final".
He has scored 35 goals and contributed 24 assists in 127 top-flight appearances and was named PFA Players' Player of the Year as the Foxes won the Premier League in 2016.
Leicester responded well, and the match turned into an entertaining, end-to-end contest for the first half hour, a pleasant change from most City matches, which typically involve their opponents putting 11 men behind the ball, merely hoping not to lose.