Ahead of facing Chelsea at Stamford Bridge this evening, Manchester City defender Gael Clichy has spoken of his belief that he and his team can beat anyone on their day as Paddy Power release a free bet offer to use on the betting for tonight’s game.
Roberto Mancini’s men are currently two points clear at the top of the Premier League table after an unbeaten start to the campaign and they will be aware that this evening presents a tough challenge for them.
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However, Clichy – who is enjoying his first season at Manchester City after arriving from Arsenal – believes that they are more than capable of coming away from London with the three points.
The Frenchman said: “The next two fixtures are really important, they are huge. They are the type of games that as a player you want to play and train every day for.”
“We know we are capable of doing anything against any team.We will be going to Chelsea with the idea of three points. We will try to give our best shot because we can do it if we are serious and focused.”
“Every team now wants to be the first team to make City lose because we haven’t lost a game yet.”
This is indeed the case for Chelsea who will want to continue their recent resurgence in form with three points against the Premier League leaders.
Andre Villas-Boas’ men have won their last two Premier League games – against Wolves and Newcastle – and they also progressed in the Champions League thanks to a fantastic 3-0 victory over Valencia, so they are in good spirits right now.
The Blues are aware that they need to win this one to keep alive their title hopes though. If City come away with the points tonight, Chelsea will be 13 points adrift of the pace setters and this is a significant gap to make up.
Overall, it should be an excellent match at Stamford Bridge from 8pm this evening. Both teams will go into the game with a positive attitude and it is without doubt one that the neutral will enjoy.