Pep Guardiola: Barcelona and Bayern Munich would have sacked me

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With a superior goal difference over Arsenal, a win here will effectively seal Man City's Champions League qualification.

Chief inspector Nick Rowe said: "Overall it was a great evening match with an intense atmosphere, the majority of fans were really well behaved and enjoyed the game, with only relatively minor issues dealt with by officers".

"In terms of clubs that have had that success, obviously [there has been] Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal over the years, certainly with Premier League titles and Champions League titles, and that is where the European mindset will be, looking at English clubs and thinking who has had that success". It is so important to focus on the present.

Manchester City are jut 1/7 for the victory that would all-but secure a top-four finish for Pep Guardiola's side, while West Brom must overcome odds of 16/1 to spring a shock.

The City boss says that the pressure to win does not compare to his time at his previous clubs in Spain and Germany, but added that he will be fired if he does not improve in his second season in England.

Tony Pulis continues to drive WBA forward with his fantastic operating skills which made him a magical worker at teams with limited budgets.

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"We are still playing for a lot of things and it's a real final for us and we are going to be ready to play the game".

On Pep Guardiola: "It takes time for a manager to settle in and get what he wants, you can't do it in one season or two transfer windows".

But saying: "At a big club, I'm sacked", isn't helpful to his cause - something he instantly realised at his news conference ahead of Tuesday's game with West Brom.

With the quick turnaround between the Leicester match and the West Brom clash, Pep has some decisions to make in regards to his team's selection, and we'd like to know what is your favorite lineup! If not, they don't give you a second chance. They were also knocked out of the FA Cup in the semi-finals and the Champions League in the last 16.

Albion have the worst record in the division since the start of April, earning just two points from seven matches - and failing to score in six of them.

Kevin De Bruyne has provided 15 assists in the Premier League this season; the joint-most by a Manchester City player in a single season (also David Silva in 2011/12). In fact, the aggregate score has City up 45-8.

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