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MCFC Please Don't Blow It

MCFC Please Don't Blow It

Manchester City FC has six remaining Premier League fixtures before this season draws to a close and MCFC have six games in which they could blow Champions League qualification.

As it stands Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal have all qualified for next seasons prestigious European competition which leaves Manchester City, Tottenham and possibly Liverpool playing it out for that all important fourth spot. But who will it be?

Fixtures & Predictions

Sunday 11th April
City v Birmingham - 4pm
Live on Sky Sports 1 & HD1
VMC predicts home win

Saturday 17th April
City v Manchester United - 12:45pm
Live on Sky Sports 1 & HD1
VMC predicts score draw

Saturday 24th April - 5:30pm
Arsenal v City
Live on ESPN & HD
VMC predicts home win

Saturday 1st May
City v Aston Villa - 3pm
VMC predicts home win

Wednesday 5th May
City v Tottenham - 8pm
Live on Sky Sports 2 & HD2
VMC predicts score draw

Sunday 9th May
West Ham v City - 4pm
VMC predicts away win

If my predictions are correct City will end the campaign on 70 points and finish the season in fourth. Please MCFC, don't blow it.

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Writer:Tudor
Date:Monday April 5 2010
Time: 7:59PM

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Don't rule out Villa from the equation , as possibly 68 points could well get the 4th spot.
Wswilly3
05/04/2010 20:08:00
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Its yours. Im certain. Even losing 2 and drawing 1 of your last 6 that leaves you on 69. You would have to lose to Spurs, Utd and Arsenal to blow it.
HuddersfieldYiddo
05/04/2010 20:21:00
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I'd expect the same results from the remaining fixtures, but there's always a surprise to throw into the mix that will have us biting our finger nails right till the last kick. Bring it on! Come on City!
Bluedub
05/04/2010 20:21:00
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Villa who are a point behind Liverpool but with a game in hand have more chance than the scousers. That said it will be City who will finish 4th and I dare say will even be able to lose a couple and still get there.
cropped
05/04/2010 20:25:00
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i think City need 11pts from 18, which won't be a stroll but with 4/6 games at home it is achievable, goal difference is good now as well. A good part of it will come down to who out of City or Spurs does best against the 'big teams.' It's getting really exciting now.
arthur7171
05/04/2010 20:38:00
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win our four home games 4th place I think. The game against Spuds and Villa should be electric.
Buzz Lightyear
06/04/2010 05:27:00
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Please get a win against Man Utd, would be greatly appreciated if you did.
Seabourch
06/04/2010 05:28:00
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We could be in line for the ultimate revenge on the rags this season. We could ensure their ageing crocks title hops are dashed at the same time earning payback for the League Cup Semi and the 97th minute derby. Bring it on!!
Johnny Baguette
06/04/2010 07:49:00
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I also think it's yours lads... Best of luck and may the best squad win (hopefully us or you)
Spursnomad
06/04/2010 09:33:00
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