The Premier League title looks out of Man City's reach but they've still got plenty to play for as we approach the business end of the season.
🌃 Man City's key fixtures
- 2 February: Tottenham; Premier League (A)
- 9 February: West Ham; Premier League (H)
- 22 February: Leicester City; Premier League (A)
- 26 February: Real Madrid; Champions League round of 16 1st leg (A)
- 1 March: Aston Villa; EFL Cup Final (N)
- 5 March: Sheffield Wednesday; FA Cup 5th round (A)
- 8 March: Man United; Premier League (A)
- 14 March: Burnley; Premier League (H)
- 17 March: Real Madrid; Champions League round of 16 2nd leg (H)
- 21 March: Chelsea; Premier League (A)
- 4 April: Liverpool; Premier League (H)
- TBD: Arsenal; Premier League (H)
It's a blockbuster schedule but Pep and City will relish the challenges that await. Two clashes against London clubs in the shape of Spurs and West Ham are followed by a trip to direct rivals for 2nd place, Leicester City.
After that, it doesn't really come bigger than a round of 16 Champions League clash with perennial winners Real Madrid. City will hope to claim their first silverware of 2019/2020 when they meet Aston Villa at Wembley on 1 March to contest the EFL Cup Final, which means that their home clash with Arsenal must be rescheduled.
By the 4th of April, Liverpool might well have the title wrapped up but the meeting of the sides at the Etihad will still be box office. The Premier League title might be a distant prospect now, but Pep's side will be going all out to claim an elusive maiden Champions League crown.
For now, Pep is preparing his side for Spurs on Sunday.
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