Lack of urgency may mean a lack of goals at the Etihad
Champs City were sluggish on Sunday and Brighton are safe
The equation is simple enough for Manchester City – win their last two games to reach 100 points.
However, they barely looked bothered on Sunday against a Huddersfield side who were fighting for their lives so the question is whether they will they show more urgency against an Albion team who aren’t fighting for anything.
Guardiola has already allowed his emotions to dictate that Yaya Toure gets a start.
Brighton have been terrible away and it’ll be interesting to see if they’re any more focused having secured their top-flight status.
Under 3.5 goals
2pts 8-13 Betfair
Sergio Aguero is out and Vincent Kompany and David Silva are set to be rested. Yaya Toure can expect a start.
Chris Hughton has ruled out major changes with Steve Sidwell his only absentee.
Only one of Brighton’s 20 away games this season has produced more than three goals.
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