Manchester United And City's Next 5 Games Show The Title Race Could Still Head For A Dramatic Twist
By Fijey2020 | self meida writer
Published 16 days ago - 23452 views
Manchester United seem to have blew their chances of keeping the pressure on Manchester City at the top of the league. Ole Solksjaer's men dropped two valuable points in the last minute of their encounter against Everton. Many might seem to think United are off the race especially when you consider the form Manchester City are in.
City grabbed a comfortable win against their fiercest rival in recent times. It was a surprising scoreline but when it's City, anything can happen. Guardiola managed his first win at Anfield since he joined the club four years ago. Could this be the start of a great achievement for City who are presently in a good position to win all four major trophies this season.
However, the title race could still take a dramatic twist in coming weeks. It's still early to say Manchester City have won the Premier League title as we have to wait for the outcome of these games.
Manchester City are ready to face Tottenham, Everton, Arsenal, West Ham, Manchester United, and Fulham. It would be incredible to see City manage a win in all of these Premier League fixtures.
On the other hand, Manchester United seem￼￼ to have an easy run of games. Ole Solksjaer would hope his team can get maximum points against West Brom, Newcastle, Chelsea, Crystal Palace, and Brighton. Chelsea seems to be the only tough fixture for United but considering their recent dominance over Chelsea in the League, a win is not far fetched.
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