Neville reckons Manchester United will win Premier League title before Liverpool

City have won 15 Premier League matches on the trot.

Last season, Man City and Liverpool ran a two-horse race for the Premier League title and in the end, it was Pep Guardiola's side who nicked the championship by a single point.

Guardiola and Aguero appeared to have a heated exchange after the Argentinian was substituted in the 66th minute of the 2-2 draw with Tottenham but the City boss insisted the issue had only been caused by a misunderstanding.

In 2017, Guardiola angered Pochettino's by referring to Tottenham as "the Harry Kane team".

These two sides played out some epic encounters last season, none less than that awesome Champions League quarter final, which had just about everything in it.

"People say you can do better but I don't know if it's possible", said Guardiola.

Carragher has wrote in his column about the special quality of the 26-year-old and claims that Premier League champions would surely have him as their number one transfer target if he became available.

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Asked if the Denmark global could start against champions City, Pochettino said: "We'll see".

Meanwhile, Man City nearly always score and their free-flowing style of play will leave them susceptible to cutthroat counter-attacks at the other end - so all things considered backing both teams to find the back of the net could be worth a wager.

Those two clubs are in the doldrums at present though and I can't see Lee Bowyer's men taking anything from their trip to Yorkshire.

He said: "When he's in front of the goal, he puts it in the net". We talk after, we talk during. that's all.

"VAR is going to add so much to the game because it will make it fairer but that one, for me, it is an extremely harsh decision".

"If Troy gets in for Spurs and he scores a few goals and he's brilliant, I might have a different (thought) process on that".

  • Lawrence Cooper