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Wolves Player Determines To Beat Man City Amid Title Race

Wolverhampton Wanderers player Matt Doherty warned Manchester City as he revealed his determination to beat Pep Guardiola’s side for the second consecutive time amid the title race between the Cityzens and Arsenal.

Manchester City will host Wolves at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday and a win will move them closer to the league title with just three matches left for them to play. However, while the Sky Blues will be determined to secure a victory, the visitors are aiming to ‘cause a bit of a shock’ by defeating Man City.

The reverse fixture in September 2023 ended in a 2-1 victory for Wolves and Matt Doherty believes that the same or similar scoreline can be repeated on Saturday.

“We’ve got a whole week to prepare for City. We’ve beaten them already this season, so it’s a game we want to be competitive in and cause a bit of a shock at the top of the league,” he told the club’s website.

Despite sitting in the 11th position on the league table and has no title or European competitions to fight for, Doherty insisted that there is much more to fight for personally and at the club level.

“It [standards slipping] wouldn’t be allowed. The results haven’t been going for us, but we’re still pushing hard to win the games every time. We’re not on holiday mode or anything like that, there’s plenty for us to play for, personally and as a club.”

We’ll Not Win The League If We Draw Or Lose – Pep Guardiola declares

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola warned his players that a draw or a defeat in their next league matches will prevent them from winning the Premier League and make their attempt to create an unbeatable record failed.

Speaking after the 2-0 victory against Nottingham Forest over the weekend, the manager claimed that for them to become the league champions, they must secure a win in each of their four remaining matches.

“With four games left, it’s like climbing a mountain. They are very tough games. The only thing is still we extend for one more week it’s in our hands,” Pep said.

“If we draw a game, we are not going to win the Premier League. It is what it is. We extend this in a difficult game. Now rest a little bit and prepare the next game.”

Arsenal are the league leader with a point above Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City, but the Gunners only have three matches left to play while City have four.

Toba Atoyebi

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