Saturday, February 9, 2019

Chelsea vs Manchester City - February 10th 'final'

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    Watch Manchester City vs Chelsea live on Sky Sports Premier League on Renault Super Sunday from 3.30pm Chelsea vs Manchester City - February 10th Watch this link!: Manchester City face a tough test in the title race as Chelsea visit the Etihad on Sunday, live on Sky Sports. The champions moved back top of the Premier League table with a 2-0 win at Everton on Wednesday, although they have played a game more than their title rivals. With Liverpool hosting Bournemouth on Saturday and Tottenham facing Leicester in the earlier Renault Super Sunday game, also live on Sky Sports Premier League from 12.30pm, Pep Guardiola's side will be keen to take advantage of any slip-ups to cement their position. But with fourth-placed Chelsea having already beaten City once this season, there is no walkover assured for his side, live on Sky Sports Premier League from 3.30pm on Sunday. Guardiola said: "You see the midfield players, the strikers, the best strikers in the world are there. "The midfield players are the best in the world. A good keeper. Experienced defenders. Good organisation defensive, offensive. They know exactly what they want to do. "I have a lot of respect. The game on Sunday is a final for us. I want to feel that it's an absolute final for us and we need to play in that way." Maurizio Sarri's Chelsea were the first team to beat Manchester City domestically this season courtesy of a 2-0 win at Stamford Bridge in December. But Sarri was still keen to talk up Sunday's opponents ahead of the return leg, saying: "At the moment Manchester City are the best team in Europe. "I think we were lucky (in December), because we scored in a very difficult moment of the match. In that match we defended really very well because they had only three goal opportunities, no more. "It's not easy against Man City to give them only three, four opportunities. At home, I think they've scored 43 goals in 13 matches. More than three on average. We need to defend really very well."

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