Liverpool-Man City title run-in continues

"We've got Palace and Man United, and we'll just go and try and do our best", Warnock said after last week's defeat at Fulham.

For example if City win one and lose one of their final two games and Liverpool take four points, both sides would end on 95.

"It's the same - Brendan and Rafa were in Liverpool but they'll want to win, I can not imagine them not wanting to win the game, I don't have doubts".

Newcastle United attacker Christian Atsu says The Magpies are focused on giving Premier League title contenders Liverpool a good battle for three points in their clash on Saturday.

The Premier League is just two rounds of games from finishing for the season with the title race still well and truly on and there's still four sets of results that would mean Manchester City and Liverpool playing a play-off.

"Last season we beat Chelsea 3-0, so we do normally finish off strong".

"The players know it's an incredible task for us, it's already a final for us, hopefully on Monday the people can help us and we can do what we have to do and win the game".

"We are going to make it tough for them". The players and manager will want to win.

Manchester City have won each of their last 12 Premier League games - it's the fifth run of a team winning 12+ games in a row in the competition's history, with Man City the only side to have done so twice.

There are only two games left in what has been an enthralling Premier League season. The Leicester players will not come here for their holiday.

"I think Leicester will high press, counter-attack, they have quality in the middle, they are going to attack".

Of course City are used to winning the title in tight circumstances as they did in 2011/12 on goal difference to Manchester United, thanks to Sergio Aguero's injury time victor. They're not used to having the ball but Brendan Rodgers has got them looking like a real good team.