Spaniard Pep Guardiola, coach of the Manchester City team, talked about the two decisive matches against Chelsea in the coming period, saying, “Certainly it is very difficult, except for him to focus on each confrontation separately.”
It is expected that Man City will meet Chelsea at 6:30 pm tomorrow, Saturday, in the 35th round of the English Premier League, to meet again on May 29, but this time in the Champions League final after the duo qualified at the expense of Paris Saint Germain and Real Madrid.
Guardiola said at the press conference for the Chesley Premier League match tomorrow, “All our thinking is now about this confrontation due to its great role in deciding the title in our favor, as for the Champions League final, I am not thinking about it now.”
Manchester City needs to win against Chelsea to officially crown the Premier League title, but in the event of defeat or draw, Manchester United is expected to stumble against Aston Villa to win the title.
The Man City coach added, “As long as I said that the English Premier League is the most important, I would like to also make it clear that qualifying clubs for the Champions League is the most important title, perhaps because of our great financial benefit.”
And Pep continued, “We have four matches left to get two points, and we want to win one, and tomorrow the first opportunity we will try to get to win the title early, because the matter is in Edenia and depends on our results, if we win, it will be over.”
Manchester City is running the match, hovering at the top of the Premier League table, with 80 points, 13 points ahead of runner-up Man United, who has a lesser game, while Chelsea ranks fourth with 61 points.