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Leap Closer To Champions League Qualification

Video: Manchester City claimed all three points against West Ham on Sunday and in doing so made one giant leap closer to Champions League qualification.

Other weekend Premier League results mean the Citizens are seven points ahead of nearest rivals Liverpool and Tottenham and five points behind third place Arsenal.

The Blues have four league games remaining starting on Saturday 7 May away at Everton and then it's Tottenham at home three days later. The penultimate game of the season is at Eastlands on Tuesday 17 May against Stoke and then away to Bolton.

With twelve points up for grabs can Roberto Manicni's men finish the season ahead of the Gooners? Tell us what you think in the comments section directly below this article.

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Writer: danielqpr Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday May 2 2011

Time: 9:40AM

Your Comments

Five more scruffy one-goal wins will see us into third place and win the Cup
pedmachine
It is in your hands now to determine the way your season has ended. I think Champions League next season and a cup win is on the cards.
SFC Forever
Congratulations guys, you deserve to finish above us you have been better than us this season as your gola difference reflects. We've drawn far too many games against weaker sides just like you did last season.
HuddersfieldYiddo
Still not quite there but I am feeling more confident than any time this season....
Doody
 

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