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Man City Vs Liverpool: Pep Guardiola And Jurgen Klopp Ready For ‘Real Battle’ In Premier League Title Race

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Man City remains one point ahead of Liverpool at the top of the Premier League after both teams won on Saturday; the title rivals face off at the Etihad on Sunday; Manchester City vs Liverpool, the title will likely be decided. City and Liverpool were neck-and-neck in similar fashion in the 2018/19 season, with both teams completing winning streaks before Guardiola’s team clinched the title for a point on the final day

City responds to Liverpool

After the success of Liverpool against Watford (2-0), Manchester City responded perfectly against Burnley (2-0) this Saturday on the occasion of the 31st day of Premier League. Largely dominating, the Citizens quickly made the difference with goals signed by De Bruyne (5th) and Gündogan (25th), on two services of Sterling. At the same time, Chelsea was knocked down by Brentford (1-4)! Kevin De Bruyne shows that he has not lost any of his talent after this winter break in which he did not participate. Indeed, the Manchester City leader was served by Raheem Sterling and lit up Nick Pope’s goal with a heavy shot to open the score and give the Skyblues the lead, this Saturday afternoon.

Liverpool on top for a few hours

In the opening of the 31st day of the Premier League, Liverpool logically took the lead over Watford (2-0), this Saturday. Well launched by the inevitable Jota (22nd), the Reds have definitively put the nail in the coffin at the end of the game on a penalty from Fabinho (89th). In the standings, Jürgen Klopp’s team is now leading the league for a few hours, two points ahead of Manchester City.

Aston Villa: relapse for Digne

Bad news for Aston Villa left-back Lucas Digne (28 years old, 9 games in the Premier League this season). Already injured in the thigh against West Ham (1-2) on March 13, the French international was victim of a relapse this Saturday against Wolverhampton in the Premier League. Forced to give up his place from the 13th minute, the French international risks missing several weeks of competition.

Manchester United hung without CR7

Manchester United had a bad day at home against Leicester (1-1) on Saturday in the 31st day of the Premier League. Without Ronaldo, sick, the Red Devils lacked creativity and were punished by the opening goal of Iheanacho (63th). But afterwards, Fred (66th) was able to save his team by equalizing. In the standings, MU continues to stagnate in the 6th position.

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