Apr 30, 2012, 5:06 PM EDT
Now that massive Manchester night is done, it’s all down to next week. Until next week, when it’s all down to the last week.
Manchester City, having done the harder part Monday, still has plenty of work ahead. A trip this week to Newcastle will be anything be easy. Meanwhile, everyone will like United’s chances at home the same afternoon against Swansea.
While we wait for analysis from Richard “Fingers of Fury” Farley, here’s a quick look at the games ahead for Manchester City and Manchester United.
Remember, all City must do is hold serve – the team are tied on points, but superior goal difference favors the Noisy Neighbors.
- May 6, at Newcastle
- May 13, vs. QPR
- May 6, vs. Swansea City
- May 13, at Sunderland
And the part of the EPL Table that matters
(with team, points and goal difference)
Manchester City 83 points plus-61
Manchester United 83 points plus-53
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