Manchester City will play against Leicester City tomorrow night, in the English Premier League second-to-last match.
There are two matches left for Manchester City before the end of the 2018-2019 English Premier League season.
The Citizens will host Leicester City on Monday night, in a title-defining match.
“I think his career speaks for itself – not just the last few games – but (lately) he’s scored every single game,” Pep Guardiola told his team about the Foxes’ Jamie Vardy, according to The Irish Examiner.
“He’s done incredible in this league. He’s an incredible striker with his movement, finishing, fighting.”
“I think before they were a counter-attacking team but now with Brendan Rodgers, they have another way to play, and they can use that and control all parts of the game,” he added.
Manchester City has two matches left: against Leicester City tomorrow, and Brighton and Hove Albion next week.
They will also play in the FA Cup Final against Watford on May 18th.
The Citizens are currently in the second position of the table with 92 points, they are behind Liverpool who has 94 points but the only game left.
This means that if City wins its two games, they will become English Premier League back-to-back champions.
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— Leicester City (@LCFC) May 5, 2019