Manchester City Last 8 League Games: Will City Retain the Title?

Heather Diaz
March 21, 2019

As regards to the title race, the former Blue said that it was "Liverpool's to lose" earlier in the season, but "it's now in City's hands and they won't let it slip".

However, their tight 3-2 FA Cup win against Swansea at the weekend provided evidence that the relentless run of fixtures could trip them up at some point and Liverpool need to be in place to take advantage if that slip comes in the Premier League.

Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand has announced who he would prefer to see win this season's Premier League title.

Former Manchester City and Everton defender Joleon Lescott has claimed that not one of the Liverpool players could get into City's starting 11, in an interview with Sporting Bet.

Liverpool are now two points ahead of Pep Guardiola's men on the table, although the champions have a game in hand.

"They took Man Utd all the way at Old Trafford and beat Arsenal and Spurs at home".

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As quoted by Goal, the Spaniard said: "I don't see just the Europa League as the only way of being in the Champions League because Chelsea's place is not to be sixth in the Premier League so I can not accept this".

Meanwhile, Pep Guardiola's hopes of capturing a quadruple remain alive, with his side progressing to the quarter-finals of the Champions League and securing their spot in the FA Cup semi-final after making a comeback against Swansea City.

Predicting the game against Spurs, Le Tissier told Sky Sports: "Liverpool catch Spurs at a good time and I would expect Liverpool to win that one".

City won the title last season with a record 100 point haul and look like coming close to that number again this season.

Throughout the season Virgil van Dijk and Mohamed Salah have taken all the plaudits for Liverpool's sparkling form, and while the latter of that duo has gone off the boil in recent weeks it's exclusively the Dutchman van Dijk that has had praise heaped on him with a string of sensational performances.

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