Can City withstand the pressure?
Manchester City travel to Brighton on Sunday looking to win their 2nd Premier League title in a row. Brighton & Hove Albion renewed their top flight contract against Arsenal last weekend but the question is, will they give it their all on Sunday?
Guardiola's men are on the cusp of winning another Premier League title, all that stand in their way is a Brighton side sat at 17th and have nothing to play for. The sky blue's could not even have dreamt about a better fixture.
City may not have scored a drastic amount of goals in recent week's but their defence has been STELLAR, they have won their last 13 games and have only conceded twice in that time which is absolutely bonkers. They have scored the most goals and conceded the least in the league which is a testament as to how good they've been all season, at one point they were 7 points behind Liverpool but managed to catch up which proves that they not only have a lot of talent, but a sufficient amount of willpower and determination.
With a full squad to choose from (bar De Bruyne), Guardiola and co will be revving to go and will most likely secure the title.
De Bruyne and Bravo.
Brighton & Hove Albion
Chris Hughton's men played valiantly against Arsenal last weekend and made sure that they will be competing in next years edition of the best League in the world.
The Seagulls have however not won a game in their last 8 tries, a few of their losses include home games against Cardiff and an embarrassing 0-5 loss to Bournemouth which means that Manchester City will be licking their lips to the point of drooling.
As i stated earlier, the Seagulls have nothing to play for and are up against one of the best sides in footballing history meaning that Sunday's game will most likely be as lopsided as everyone thinks. Enough said.
Izquierdo and Propper.
I fully expect City to do the job on Sunday which is why i will be backing Manchester City to win to nil at 5/6 with Ladbrokes.