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Man City v Leicester - 4/3/15 19:45

silkyman

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Macclesfield Town/Manchester City. It's complicated.
Either 6-0 or 0-1
 

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Macclesfield Town/Manchester City. It's complicated.
0-1, then.

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  • Leicester have won their last four top-flight away games against Manchester City, keeping a clean sheet in each of their three victories during the Premier League era.
  • Manchester City's 4-2 FA Cup triumph in 2011 is the only home victory in the last 10 meetings between these sides. There have been three draws and six away wins.
 

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  • Man City have been winning at both half time and full time in their last 3 matches against Leicester in all competitions
  • Man City have won their last 3 matches against Leicester in all competitions.
  • Leicester have failed to win 19 of their last 21 matches in the Premier League.
  • Man City are undefeated in 10 of their last 11 home matches in the Premier League.
 

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Fair play to Pellegrini for dropping Kompany, he's been awful recently.
 

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Making goonerz cry
Had to be done. He's been gash for a season or two.
 

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Obviously this is going to be a totally one sided annihilation job.

7-0 Leicester.
 

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He had a right to be angry tonight but my god Pearson comes across as a bellend in his post-match interviews.
 

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Dunno. The first looked like he kicked the floor, the second was clearly a great stop by Hart and the third was at best borderline on the line.
 

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The first is a blatant penalty. The second wasn't even questionable really, Hart got to the ball first to deny Kramaric, and the third one Kramaric is in the box, the ball is just outside. But fouls go to the player, not the location of the ball.
 

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