Man City vs Fulham

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English Premier League
Man City vs Fulham Live
Saturday, March 30, 2019
Start Time : 08:30am ET
Live/Repeat:Live

Man City vs Fulham Live

The Premier League weekend gets underway on Saturday as title contender Manchester City goes to struggling Fulham with a chance to put the pressure on Liverpool. A win for City puts them back into first place and adds even more significance toward the Reds’ match at Tottenham, which highlights the weekend slate.

Storylines
Manchester City: This is a big weekend for City. They’ve played one less game, but they could finish it in first place. City trails Liverpool by two points, but a win here puts them in first. Add to that the fact that the Reds have to go to Tottenham on Sunday, and there is a possibility City finds itself just where it wants to be when Sunday afternoon comes around.

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Fulham: It seems like only a matter of time now. Fulham appears destined for relegation in 19th place, sitting 13 points back of safety with seven games to go. They would likely need to win, say, six of their last seven games to even have a chance of staying up.

Fulham have improved in recent weeks, and pushed Liverpool all the way in their last game, but it is hard to escape the feeling they will take a hammering in this one. Manchester City arrive in west London fully intent on returning to top spot and with a host of first-team players expected to return from injury, including Kevin De Bruyne and Fernandinho. Pep Guardiola’s side will dominate and, barring a miracle, win comfortably.

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