Manchester city now requires three points only to win the English Premier League tittle. Therefore for the rest three EPL matches remaining for them to complete the season, they only need to win one or they drew in all the three matches.
This weekend, on Sunday 21st at 1800 hours they will will welcome the blues- Chelsea at Etihad stadium. Manchester city will be winning the English premier league title three consecutive seasons if they win this season. This is after their nearest rivals Arsenal lost in the match against Brighton last weekend thus keeping distance from the city.
Currently, Chelsea is experiencing hard times as they have only won in the match against Bournemouth of late. Therefore Manchester city is likely to win in the match against them at Etihad, such that they get the three points required for them to win the title. After getting the three points they will have nothing to lose if they lose in the rest two matches, be cautious.
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