IF Manchester City win at Everton on Wednesday night, they'll be ten points clear at the top of the Premier League and the game is over.
Whereas others have flattered to deceive, they have not been as consistent as City have been this side of Christmas. I did not tip or back them to do so pre-season, or even after Liverpool lost Virgil Van Dyck to a season long injury. But then, when Liverpool lost further defenders to injury, and the free scoring signing from Wolves, striker Diego Jota; the door was open for a previously . . .
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