Another must win game awaits Manchester City against Nottingham Forest

As the Premier League title race continues to roll on Manchester City face another must win tomorrow against Nottingham Forest. The world champions need 5 more wins as it stands to make it four consecutive Premier League titles. So another must win game awaits City tomorrow.

With Liverpool dropping points today in their 2-all draw with West Ham, it now appears that Arsenal will be City’s main rivals for the Premier League title this season. With Arsenal playing Tottenham before City’s game at the City Ground, the champions may have one eye on the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium before their game tomorrow. But a tricky test awaits Pep Guardiola’s side against a Nottingham Forest side that are fighting for their Premier League lives this season.

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As it stands currently, Nottingham Forest sit one point above the relegation zone with four games remaining on their schedule. Given that they are fighting for their survival this season, they will be up for the fight tomorrow. The visit of the champions generally brings out the best in City’s opponents. But given the circumstances Forest find themselves in, they’ll likely be even more determined to take something off Pep Guardiola’s side tomorrow.

With this in mind, Manchester City must be at their best tomorrow. Given the state of the title race, it is yet another must win game for Pep Guardiola’s side. It is a setting that generally brings out the best in the treble winners. They showed their best in their 4-nil win over Brighton on Thursday evening and will be hoping to do so again tomorrow.

Manchester City must pick up another three points tomorrow. Irrespective of Arsenal’s result against Tottenham tomorrow City’s title destiny remains in their hands. The champions will be hoping this remains the case at the final whistle at the City Ground tomorrow.

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