Man City boss Guardiola demands victory over Watford

Man City boss Guardiola demands victory over Watford

Fellow defender Christian Kabasele is doubtful with a hamstring injury and Miguel Britos is suffering from a calf complaint.

Asked if action on divers needed to happen, the Manchester City manager said: 'No, everybody makes mistakes. He has offers from clubs in England, Spain and Italy.

"I also came here to win trophies and I've certainly done that". You might interpret it as a pointed signal to those he works with at City to up their game if they want to get to his level.

Elsewhere, Watford manager Walter Mazzarri has been speaking to their official website ahead of the clash at Vicarage Road.

Vincent Kompany says the Manchester City squad are buying into Pep Guardiola's "vision" and his ability to build "something special". It's in our hands. It was a shame that right at our best, when everything went well, when we were seventh, we had an incredible accumulation of injuries.

"We still have 95, 96 minutes to fight to do one thing that's so important for the club and the future and that's to be in the last three", he said. They are safe. We have to be careful.

"The way we played against Middlesbrough was completely different to the way we played against West Brom", said Guardiola.

A win for Manchester City will mean that they they will finish third and get automatic qualification to the Champions League for next season.

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How well did BBC pundit Mark Lawrenson predict the Premier League table? This side ends their season at home as Manchester City come to visit in a game that means nothing to Watford but Manchester City still have something to play for.

The last victory for the Hornets was 1-0 in Division Two in 1989.

Zabaleta has won two Premier League titles, an FA Cup and two League Cups since arriving from Espanyol in 2008.

'The referees don't have to improve, it's just that the game is quicker.

"The day after tomorrow we have a real final".

As exclusively revealed by SunSport in February, the Manchester City forward has a tattoo of Jardim Peri - the favela where he was raised and first kicked a ball - on his forearm.

They are unbeaten in seven league matches (W5, D2), scoring 18 goals in that period.

Pep Guardiola has ended a season without a trophy for the first time in his decorated managerial career, despite his much-heralded arrival at City.

Probability of away win: 58%.

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