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Guardiola: Title destiny is in our hands

Guardiola: Title destiny is in our hands
Pep Guardiola says City are well aware of what is required to lift the Premier League title.

His side travel to Wolves on Wednesday night knowing that three victories in their remaining three matches will seal a fourth Premier League title in five seasons.

That would see City hold off the challenge of Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool, the only other side to have lifted the trophy in the last half a decade.

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While the winner of the league is still to be decided, Pep insists both teams should be proud of their performance this year.

He said: "Both teams have done impressive Premier League seasons. We know exactly what we have to do: nine points and we are going to try.

"Tomorrow is a final, Wednesday gives us an opportunity to arrive to the last game against Aston Villa with it in our hands. It’s massively important."

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City's game on Wednesday night comes after Liverpool face Aston Villa on Tuesday evening but Pep says that whatever the score is there, it will not influence his tactics at Molineux.

"Nothing changes," he said.

"We cannot control the Aston Villa v Liverpool result."

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WOLVES V CITY

City travel to Molineux on Wednesday night, with kick-off against Wolves scheduled for 20:15 (UK).

We will have full coverage on the official Man City app, which provides everything you need in one place.

Minute-by-minute text updates get under way in our Matchday Centre at 18:15 (UK), whilst our Matchday Live show starts one hour before kick-off. 

Presenter Natalie Pike will be joined in the studio by Shaun Wright-Phillips, who will be providing the usual mix of analysis and entertainment before the game begins.

Our panel will also be answering fans’ questions throughout the show and you can get involved by sending a WhatsApp to +447537186538.

They’ll reconvene at half-time and to share their thoughts on the opening 45-minutes and again after the full-time whistle for an in-depth debrief, which will include reaction from Pep Guardiola and a player.

During the game, you can enjoy live audio commentary in the Matchday Centre, as Alistair Mann and Michael Brown guide you through the 90-minutes.

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