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Leicester v Man City: Carabao Cup preview

An in-depth preview of Manchester City's trip to Leicester in the Carabao Cup quarter-final, as Pep Guardiola's men look to extend their unbeaten domestic run.

Leicester v Man City: Carabao Cup preview

An in-depth preview of Manchester City's trip to Leicester in the Carabao Cup quarter-final, as Pep Guardiola's men look to extend their unbeaten domestic run.

Leicester v Man City: Carabao Cup preview

An in-depth preview of Manchester City's trip to Leicester in the Carabao Cup quarter-final, as Pep Guardiola's men look to extend their unbeaten domestic run.

Leicester v Man City: Carabao Cup preview

An in-depth preview of Manchester City's trip to Leicester in the Carabao Cup quarter-final, as Pep Guardiola's men look to extend their unbeaten domestic run.

Silva by Name, Gold by Nature! Why Bernardo Could Be Heir to David's Throne in Manchester

​Bernardo Silva. The 'bubble gum player' as dubbed by his former Monaco and current Manchester City teammate Benjamin Mendy, such is his unerring ability to run with the ball as if it was stuck to his foot.  The 23-year-old lit up Ligue 1 with Monaco last season, scoring eight goals and assisting nine more as he helped the French side beat Paris Saint-Germain to the title, consequently earning a £43.6m move to Manchester alongside the aforementioned Mendy as the title winners' squad had its...

Manchester City star Raheem Sterling allegedly attacked before game

Manchester City star Raheem Sterling allegedly attacked before game

Manchester City star Raheem Sterling allegedly attacked before game

Manchester City star Raheem Sterling allegedly attacked before game

Manchester City star Raheem Sterling allegedly attacked before game

Premier League: Raheem Sterling was reportedly attacked before Manchester City played Tottenham and police are investigating a "hate crime."

Manchester City star Raheem Sterling allegedly attacked before game

Manchester City star Raheem Sterling allegedly attacked before game

Manchester City star Raheem Sterling allegedly attacked before game

Manchester City star Raheem Sterling allegedly attacked before game

Manchester City star Raheem Sterling allegedly attacked before game

Premier League: Raheem Sterling was reportedly attacked before Manchester City played Tottenham and police are investigating a "hate crime."

5 things...Man City extend winning run to 16

Manchester City extend their winning record to 16, but are still three short of Pep Guardiola's haul at Bayern Munich - 5 things you didn't know about the weekend's Premier League action.

5 things...Man City extend winning run to 16

Manchester City extend their winning record to 16, but are still three short of Pep Guardiola's haul at Bayern Munich - 5 things you didn't know about the weekend's Premier League action.

5 things...Man City extend winning run to 16

Manchester City extend their winning record to 16, but are still three short of Pep Guardiola's haul at Bayern Munich - 5 things you didn't know about the weekend's Premier League action.

Manchester City manager Josep Guardiola reacts during the English Premier League soccer match between Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur at Etihad stadium, in Manchester, England, Saturday, Dec. 16, 2017. (AP Photo/Rui Vieira)

Manchester City's Raheem Sterling attempts a shot at goal during the English Premier League soccer match between Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur at Etihad stadium, in Manchester, England, Saturday, Dec. 16, 2017. (AP Photo/Rui Vieira)

PHOTO: Tottenham Midfielder Sparks More Outrage as Unseen Stamp on Man City Player Is Revealed

​The Premier League title is certainly Manchester City's to lose after they emphatically defeated supposed title rivals Tottenham Hotspur 4-1 at home.  Goals from Ilkay Gundogan, Kevin De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling ensured that City's lead in the Premier League stayed at 11 points and extended their winning run to 16 straight league games. Sweet sixteen WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW#mancity pic.twitter.com/BhPK8TfhTE — Manchester City (@ManCity) December 16, 2017 But much of the discussion after the match...

PHOTO: Tottenham Midfielder Sparks More Outrage as Unseen Stamp on Man City Player Is Revealed

​The Premier League title is certainly Manchester City's to lose after they emphatically defeated supposed title rivals Tottenham Hotspur 4-1 at home.  Goals from Ilkay Gundogan, Kevin De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling ensured that City's lead in the Premier League stayed at 11 points and extended their winning run to 16 straight league games. Sweet sixteen WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW#mancity pic.twitter.com/BhPK8TfhTE — Manchester City (@ManCity) December 16, 2017 But much of the discussion after the match...

PHOTO: Tottenham Midfielder Sparks More Outrage as Unseen Stamp on Man City Player Is Revealed

​The Premier League title is certainly Manchester City's to lose after they emphatically defeated supposed title rivals Tottenham Hotspur 4-1 at home.  Goals from Ilkay Gundogan, Kevin De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling ensured that City's lead in the Premier League stayed at 11 points and extended their winning run to 16 straight league games. Sweet sixteen WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW#mancity pic.twitter.com/BhPK8TfhTE — Manchester City (@ManCity) December 16, 2017 But much of the discussion after the match...

Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne, left, and Tottenham's Dele Alli battle for the ball during the English Premier League soccer match between Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur at Etihad stadium, in Manchester, England, Saturday, Dec. 16, 2017. (AP Photo/Rui Vieira)

Pep Guardiola contract with Manchester City expires in 2019

Manchester City's Raheem Sterling scored two goals in his side's 4-1 victory over Tottenham Hotspur at the Etihad Stadium, on December 16, 2017

Man City to win the league? I don't have a crystal ball - Klopp

Jurgen Klopp insisted he doesn't know whether Manchester City will win the title, but believes they will have to have a poor run of form for anyone to catch them.

Man City to win the league? I don't have a crystal ball - Klopp

Jurgen Klopp insisted he doesn't know whether Manchester City will win the title, but believes they will have to have a poor run of form for anyone to catch them.

Man City to win the league? I don't have a crystal ball - Klopp

Jurgen Klopp insisted he doesn't know whether Manchester City will win the title, but believes they will have to have a poor run of form for anyone to catch them.

Premier League team of the week - by Jason Burt

Roy Hodgson might bridle at suggestions that he is on a road to redemption at Crystal Palace after the embarrassing end to his career as England manager but there is no doubt he is on the right route to saving Palace. Having lost their first five league games – including Hodgson’s first in charge – Palace have taken 17 points from 13 matches and are unbeaten in seven as they have moved up to 14th. Fears of going down are being quickly dispelled. Here's my team of the week, in a 4-4-2 formation:  Mathew Ryan, goalkeeper In a tight game against Burnley Ryan made a couple of vital saves for Brighton not least in denying striker Chris Wood as he ran through on goal. There was also a smart double save from Scott Arfield to preserve a clean sheet. Kyle Walker, right-back The defeat away to Manchester City was painful enough for Tottenham Hotspur and it was made worse by the powerfully assured performance of their former right-back, Walker, who dominated his side of the pitch. Zanka, centre-back Zanka – or Mathias Jorgensen to give him his full name – formed an impressive partnership with Christopher Schindler at the centre of the Huddersfield defence as they repelled Watford in the win at Vicarage Road. Mathias Jorgensen has been a rock for Huddersfield Town Credit: Reuters Dejan Lovren, centre-back The Liverpool defender scored a rare goal and was never, really, troubled (for once, his critics might add) in the thumping away win away to Bournemouth which again showed how devastating Jurgen Klopp’s side can be. Arthur Masuaku, left-back Masuaku is quickly becoming something of a cult figure at West Ham with his driving runs from left wing-back and he was at it again in the win over Stoke City. Proving to be a highly important player. Kevin de Bruyne, right midfield In the absence of David Silva, De Bruyne assumed the responsibility on his way to run the game for Manchester City in their dominant dismissal of Tottenham Hotspur. They could not live with him and were reduced to some ugly attempts at fouling him. Aaron Mooy, central midfield The Australian midfielder has always had a touch of class to him and when Huddersfield play well it is usually because he is dominating. He did so again against Watford, claiming a goal in a thumping away win. Mesut Ozil, central midfield Arsenal’s narrow victory over Newcastle United was hardly one of their best performances of the season but Ozil showed that touch of world class that he has with the way he claimed the only goal. Manuel Lanzini, left midfield There was controversy over the way Lanzini earned West Ham their penalty for the vital opening goal in the away win against Stoke City but there was no doubting the Argentinean’s talismanic performance. Something he needs to do more often for a player of his talent. Wilfried Zaha celebrates scoring the second goal during Crystal Palace's 3-0 win at Leicester Credit: PA Wilfried Zaha, forward One of the great regrets of English football will be that Zaha choose the Ivory Coast over England. The Crystal Palace forward has been in phenomenal form this season and was outstanding again in the win away to Leicester City with his drive and creativity. Mohamed Salah, forward The Liverpool forward has struck 20 goals so far this season which is a phenomenal return since his summer move. Salah is in such an incredible seam of form that it is a shock when he does not score. Which does not happen very often.

Premier League team of the week - by Jason Burt

Roy Hodgson might bridle at suggestions that he is on a road to redemption at Crystal Palace after the embarrassing end to his career as England manager but there is no doubt he is on the right route to saving Palace. Having lost their first five league games – including Hodgson’s first in charge – Palace have taken 17 points from 13 matches and are unbeaten in seven as they have moved up to 14th. Fears of going down are being quickly dispelled. Here's my team of the week, in a 4-4-2 formation:  Mathew Ryan, goalkeeper In a tight game against Burnley Ryan made a couple of vital saves for Brighton not least in denying striker Chris Wood as he ran through on goal. There was also a smart double save from Scott Arfield to preserve a clean sheet. Kyle Walker, right-back The defeat away to Manchester City was painful enough for Tottenham Hotspur and it was made worse by the powerfully assured performance of their former right-back, Walker, who dominated his side of the pitch. Zanka, centre-back Zanka – or Mathias Jorgensen to give him his full name – formed an impressive partnership with Christopher Schindler at the centre of the Huddersfield defence as they repelled Watford in the win at Vicarage Road. Mathias Jorgensen has been a rock for Huddersfield Town Credit: Reuters Dejan Lovren, centre-back The Liverpool defender scored a rare goal and was never, really, troubled (for once, his critics might add) in the thumping away win away to Bournemouth which again showed how devastating Jurgen Klopp’s side can be. Arthur Masuaku, left-back Masuaku is quickly becoming something of a cult figure at West Ham with his driving runs from left wing-back and he was at it again in the win over Stoke City. Proving to be a highly important player. Kevin de Bruyne, right midfield In the absence of David Silva, De Bruyne assumed the responsibility on his way to run the game for Manchester City in their dominant dismissal of Tottenham Hotspur. They could not live with him and were reduced to some ugly attempts at fouling him. Aaron Mooy, central midfield The Australian midfielder has always had a touch of class to him and when Huddersfield play well it is usually because he is dominating. He did so again against Watford, claiming a goal in a thumping away win. Mesut Ozil, central midfield Arsenal’s narrow victory over Newcastle United was hardly one of their best performances of the season but Ozil showed that touch of world class that he has with the way he claimed the only goal. Manuel Lanzini, left midfield There was controversy over the way Lanzini earned West Ham their penalty for the vital opening goal in the away win against Stoke City but there was no doubting the Argentinean’s talismanic performance. Something he needs to do more often for a player of his talent. Wilfried Zaha celebrates scoring the second goal during Crystal Palace's 3-0 win at Leicester Credit: PA Wilfried Zaha, forward One of the great regrets of English football will be that Zaha choose the Ivory Coast over England. The Crystal Palace forward has been in phenomenal form this season and was outstanding again in the win away to Leicester City with his drive and creativity. Mohamed Salah, forward The Liverpool forward has struck 20 goals so far this season which is a phenomenal return since his summer move. Salah is in such an incredible seam of form that it is a shock when he does not score. Which does not happen very often.

Premier League team of the week - by Jason Burt

Roy Hodgson might bridle at suggestions that he is on a road to redemption at Crystal Palace after the embarrassing end to his career as England manager but there is no doubt he is on the right route to saving Palace. Having lost their first five league games – including Hodgson’s first in charge – Palace have taken 17 points from 13 matches and are unbeaten in seven as they have moved up to 14th. Fears of going down are being quickly dispelled. Here's my team of the week, in a 4-4-2 formation:  Mathew Ryan, goalkeeper In a tight game against Burnley Ryan made a couple of vital saves for Brighton not least in denying striker Chris Wood as he ran through on goal. There was also a smart double save from Scott Arfield to preserve a clean sheet. Kyle Walker, right-back The defeat away to Manchester City was painful enough for Tottenham Hotspur and it was made worse by the powerfully assured performance of their former right-back, Walker, who dominated his side of the pitch. Zanka, centre-back Zanka – or Mathias Jorgensen to give him his full name – formed an impressive partnership with Christopher Schindler at the centre of the Huddersfield defence as they repelled Watford in the win at Vicarage Road. Mathias Jorgensen has been a rock for Huddersfield Town Credit: Reuters Dejan Lovren, centre-back The Liverpool defender scored a rare goal and was never, really, troubled (for once, his critics might add) in the thumping away win away to Bournemouth which again showed how devastating Jurgen Klopp’s side can be. Arthur Masuaku, left-back Masuaku is quickly becoming something of a cult figure at West Ham with his driving runs from left wing-back and he was at it again in the win over Stoke City. Proving to be a highly important player. Kevin de Bruyne, right midfield In the absence of David Silva, De Bruyne assumed the responsibility on his way to run the game for Manchester City in their dominant dismissal of Tottenham Hotspur. They could not live with him and were reduced to some ugly attempts at fouling him. Aaron Mooy, central midfield The Australian midfielder has always had a touch of class to him and when Huddersfield play well it is usually because he is dominating. He did so again against Watford, claiming a goal in a thumping away win. Mesut Ozil, central midfield Arsenal’s narrow victory over Newcastle United was hardly one of their best performances of the season but Ozil showed that touch of world class that he has with the way he claimed the only goal. Manuel Lanzini, left midfield There was controversy over the way Lanzini earned West Ham their penalty for the vital opening goal in the away win against Stoke City but there was no doubting the Argentinean’s talismanic performance. Something he needs to do more often for a player of his talent. Wilfried Zaha celebrates scoring the second goal during Crystal Palace's 3-0 win at Leicester Credit: PA Wilfried Zaha, forward One of the great regrets of English football will be that Zaha choose the Ivory Coast over England. The Crystal Palace forward has been in phenomenal form this season and was outstanding again in the win away to Leicester City with his drive and creativity. Mohamed Salah, forward The Liverpool forward has struck 20 goals so far this season which is a phenomenal return since his summer move. Salah is in such an incredible seam of form that it is a shock when he does not score. Which does not happen very often.

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte: Clubs must not allow Manchester City to sign Virgil van Dijk

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte: Clubs must not allow Manchester City to sign Virgil van Dijk

Pre-season win against Spurs key to Man City's success - Guardiola

Pep Guardiola believes Manchester City's 3-0 win over Tottenham in pre-season is key to City's brilliant start to the season.

Pre-season win against Spurs key to Man City's success - Guardiola

Pep Guardiola believes Manchester City's 3-0 win over Tottenham in pre-season is key to City's brilliant start to the season.

Pre-season win against Spurs key to Man City's success - Guardiola

Pep Guardiola believes Manchester City's 3-0 win over Tottenham in pre-season is key to City's brilliant start to the season.

Are the Premier League Leaders at Christmas Guaranteed the Title?

With Manchester City seemingly running away with the Premier League title, we have a look at how the teams top at Christmas have fared...

Are the Premier League Leaders at Christmas Guaranteed the Title?

With Manchester City seemingly running away with the Premier League title, we have a look at how the teams top at Christmas have fared...

Are the Premier League Leaders at Christmas Guaranteed the Title?

With Manchester City seemingly running away with the Premier League title, we have a look at how the teams top at Christmas have fared...

Are the Premier League Leaders at Christmas Guaranteed the Title?

With Manchester City seemingly running away with the Premier League title, we have a look at how the teams top at Christmas have fared...

Manchester City reach new heights, Liverpool benefiting from squad rotation, and Arsenal back on track?

Manchester City reach new heights, Liverpool benefiting from squad rotation, and Arsenal back on track?

Manchester City reach new heights, Liverpool benefiting from squad rotation, and Arsenal back on track?

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