Understrength Manchester City racks up sixth straight win in EPL

Pep Guardiola asks Gabriel Jesus

Manchester City's Raheem Sterling shoots at goal against AFC Bournemouth in Etihad Stadium, Manchester, December 1, 2018.

The England winger has also eight in six top-flight appearances against Bournemouth and Guardiola pointed to a mazy dribble and shot against the post shortly before Sterling's goal as the moment City roused from a mid-game slumber that saw Callum Wilson cancel out Silva's opener.

Raheem Sterling (right) putting Manchester City back ahead, 2-1, after 57 minutes in the Premier League game yesterday.

Liverpool will have the chance to close the gap back to two points when they face local rivals Everton on Sunday. "Leroy, I don't know what he ate - maybe it will be on the menu for the next games for everybody - and changed the direction [of the game]".

"In the last 20 minutes we were flat and that is why I am delighted to win in that way". Those players, in turn, achieved greatness at other clubs where they were given more important roles.

888Sport go 49/50 (1.98) that the visitors score three or more goals and that looks worth backing.

Ander Herrera equalised before halftime to bring United fully back into the contest but the match petered out into a draw, a result that will not please either manager much.

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Pep's posse are averaging 3.13 goals per-game over their last 15 outings, and have W20-D4-L1 on their travels since the start of last season.

At Selhurst Park, Palace ended their eight-game winless league run at the expense of fellow strugglers Burnley. However, the hosts were reduced to 10 men just after 32 minutes when Steve Mounie was sent off for a high challenge on Yves Bissouma.

They are just one point behind eighth-placed Leicester City, which defeated Watford 2-0 thanks to first-half goals from striker Jamie Vardy and midfielder James Maddison.

Europe is a top priority for the club and Gundogan said the defeats to Jurgen Klopp's side last season showed how they can not afford any slip-ups if they are to win the Champions League.

Newcastle's three-match winning run was halted by a 3-0 home loss to West Ham, with Mexico striker Javier Hernandez scoring twice and Felipe Anderson adding a third in jury time.

"We spoke about it at half-time but my speech was ridiculous because it didn't work because the first five or 10 minutes was quite similar to the first half".

Roy Hodgson's team finally ended their drought from open play in weird fashion when James McArthur's 16th minute cross was missed by players from both teams, hit the far post and trickled into the net.

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