Manchester United gats knack two teams this week to pressure Guardiola

If Manchester City eight-point lead wide more before derby day, the title race fit be over before

the chances start wella wella

City dun prove say dem fit win the hard way against Huddersfield Town. Visits this week from two uninspiring Southampton and West Ham United outfitsfit con prove much simpler.

United schedule, meanwhile, no dey straightforwardand on Tuesday night dem go travel go Vicarage Road to face Marco Silva Watford – a side wey be say dem fit be ‘the best of the rest’. The Hornets(Watford) dun already hold Liverpool con tear Arsenalyanch join for house this season.

A most reassuring fact for United come from few years back. Wey be day 13 games fun run commot for the 2011/12 season, City dun make kanpe start, with just two fewer points than the one wey dem get now.

Mancini undefeated team look like say dem dun carry title already as that year winter set in too, yet dem con fumble, drop points for Stamford Bridge and the Hawthorns. A resurgent United con level with them by Boxing Day. For March, United sneaked ahead and if not for one of the most dramatic final days for English football history, Sir Alex Ferguson fit dun win hin 13th Premier League title a year early.

This City side n show say dem dey far less forgiving than Mancini title winners though and in any case,United get more ground to make upthan dem do six years ago.

Mourinho side need to take three points from dem trip to Hertfordshireon Tuesday and dem go need maximum returns again when dem visit Arsenal for the Emirates on Saturday. If dem fail to record two wins in a week, the reality be say by the time the derby go show around 10 December, the title race fit dun run commot from our backyard.

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