Manchester City have the opportunity to extend their lead at the Premier League summit when they take on hosts Southampton at the St. Mary’s Stadium on Saturday. With title rivals Liverpool and Chelsea in action on Sunday, Manchester City can increase their lead at the top of the table by three points if they beat the Saints. The Premier League title holders have an 11-point advantage overboth Liverpool and Chelsea. They have played a game more than Liverpool and a game less than Chelsea. An away win over Southampton will take Manchester City 14 points clear of the chasing pack until the likes of Chelsea and Liverpool play their own game. Chelsea take on Tottenham Hotspur at home in a tasty London Derby encounter, while Liverpool are guests of London club Crystal Palace.
In addition to the task of increasing their lead at the English top flight league summit, Manchester City will also be looking to continue their impressive winning run. The Citizens have won their last 12 league matches and they can make it 13 matches with a win over the Saints. Continue reading CITY BID TO EXTEND LEAGUE LEAD
Manchester City star Kevin De Bruyne and Liverpool’s Mohammed Salah are the epitome of why for all of Jose Mourinho’s coaching prowess, building talent is one thing he has miserably failed at. At every club he has ever coached.
Former Chelsea skipper has however come out to bizarrely defend Mourinho citing instead that the Belgian and the Egyptian were never good enough to play for Chelsea. The irony of it all is that De Bruyne and Salah are the major reason both Manchester City and Liverpool are the only teams in England capable of fighting for the Premier League title. Continue reading TERRY EXPLAINS DE BRUYNE’S FAILURE AT THE BRIDGE
Manchester City are arguably the most feared team in the Premier League as Pep Guardiola has built a well-oiled machine capable of churning out results week in week out. The Premier League Champions have been able to build on last season performances as they look to win an unprecedented quadruple.
Pep’s men are currently second in the Premier League two points behind Liverpool with a game in hand and control their destiny as if they win all their matches they would win consecutive league titles. The Citizens have already bagged the Carabao Cup earlier in February by beating Chelsea on penalties and are in the FA Cup Semifinals where they face Brighton on Saturday. Continue reading MANCHESTER CITY BOSS WARNS PLAYERS
Manchester City has dropped points in only 6 of their league games in the previous season. One among them was against Everton at home. The Merseyside team was being managed by Ronald Koeman had come away with 1-1 draw game from Etihad in which Kyle Walker, the City defender had been sent off in the forty-fourth minute.