Manchester City’s attention must be solely focused on Luton Town

Up next for the world champions is a visit to the Etihad Stadium from Luton Town. Another crucial Premier League fixture awaits Pep Guardiola’s side given the state of this season’s title race. But the game is sandwiched in between Manchester City’s UEFA Champions League quarter-final tie with Real Madrid. But for the sake of City’s chase for a fourth Premier League title, their focus must squarely be on Luton Town this weekend.

On paper, it would appear to be a routine victory for Manchester City at home against Rob Edwards side. But no games are won on paper, and Luton Town are currently fighting for their Premier League lives this season as they sit 18th on the Premier League table. They will arrive at the Etihad knowing the size of the task in front of them. But they will also know if could take a point or more away from their visit to the home of the European champions, it may give them the impetus to kick on in their fight for Premier League survival this season.

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For Manchester City, they must forget about the impending visit of Real Madrid and focus on the task at hand. A win for the champions would put them on top of the table before their title rivals Arsenal and Liverpool play on Sunday. In a title race that is so tight, any opportunity to put pressure on their rivals must be seized upon by Manchester City.

Manchester City’s attention must solely be on Luton Town this weekend. While the game doesn’t appear as glamorous as the upcoming tie against Real Madrid, it is every bit as important. Pep Guardiola’s side must seize the opportunity to put pressure on Arsenal and Liverpool that has presented itself this weekend. If they look past Luton Town, it could prove to be a massive blow in their chase for a fourth consecutive Premier League title.

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