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Guardiola Finally Reveals His Plan On The Title Chase That Could Helps Him Beat Arteta In This Race

Pep Guardiola continues to find out every solution possible in his hands to secure the Premier League title for the sixth time this campaign.

The leaders of the league dropped points last night after Newcastle United which is going through a rapid transformation this season remained stable and stopped them from harvesting points against them.

This handed a huge advantage to the side Pep Guardiola who is aiming to bridge the gap between him and Arteta who is ahead of him with seven points even though the Blues still has one game In hand which they will play against Chelsea on Thursday.

The top four race is also turning out to be interesting due to the stiff competition between the Giants clubs that are fighting for their place in the Champions League of the next season.

Manchester United caught up with the side of Eddie Howe after clinching points last night against Bournemouth at Old Trafford making them share points but having a difference in the goal.

Today the Spaniard boss who is the present defending champion of the last season sent a message to his boys concerning the crown of this campaign that could assist them to change on how the Premier League table is standing by the end of these games this year.

He said that "The way you have to reduce the gap is to play well and win games, It's not for the fact. They have an average that they will do more than 100 points the way they have done so far."

"If they continue in that way, we will not catch them. We have to be almost perfect from here and hope they drop their performance - yesterday they were excellent against Newcastle - and see what happens."

Winning every single game remaining in the Premier League fixture will help Manchester City's dream come true and fight the Gunners with a lot of passion that could hand them the crown of this campaign.

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