We’ve had better weeks, but at least we’ve given the media a chance to write all those Pep’s been found out stories that they’ve been saving all season. You all know my feelings about this game, we’ll lose, United will win and reduce the deficit to just ten points. The media can then salivate and report that it isn’t over and write stories like, “Is it possible that City can blow the title,” “Manchester City – the Devon Lock of football.” That ship has sailed because we won the four important games against Arsenal, Stoke and Everton away and Chelsea at home. Had we lost two of those, then it could be nail biting, but I haven’t seen anything in the way we played in the last three games to suggest that we are that bad that we’ll lose three against the remaining opposition. However, I can’t see us breaking any more records and we’ll most likely stroll over the line rather than gallop. That said, wouldn’t it be typical City for us to beat Spurs and United, full of themselves after their impressive thirteen minute spell in the derby to lose to West Brom and hand us the title in the same way Aston Villa did in 1994 by losing to Oldham. – I know, I know, but it might happen. 2-1 to Spurs.