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‘For me’: Cesc Fabregas makes a prediction before Manchester City’s match against Tottenham while Arsenal take over first place…



Cesc Fabregas offers his prediction ahead of Manchester City’s postponed match, while Arsenal reclaim the leading position.


Cesc Fabregas has weighed in on the Premier League title race, discussing whether he believes Manchester City’s game against Tottenham Hotspur on Tuesday will determine the outcome. Currently,


Cesc Fabregas has expressed his opinion on whether the Premier League title race will be determined on Tuesday when Manchester City take on Tottenham Hotspur, while Arsenal currently sits at the top of the table.


Following the Gunners’ 1-0 victory against Manchester United on Sunday, it is now confirmed that the title race will extend to the final day of the season. Mikel Arteta’s team is leading the table after Leandro Trossard’s goal at Old Trafford.


Although many still consider Manchester City as the frontrunners, given Pep Guardiola’s team has a game in hand over Arsenal, the Gunners hold the advantage of being one point ahead and having a superior goal difference.


On Tuesday, Manchester City will have the opportunity to play their game in hand against Tottenham. This match holds significant importance due to the intense North London rivalry and City’s previous struggles at Spurs’ new stadium.


Cesc Fabregas, when questioned on Planet Premier League, believes that the outcome of Tuesday’s game will ultimately determine the winner of the Premier League title.


While City will face West Ham on the final day, Arsenal will host Everton at the Emirates. However, Fabregas emphasizes the significance of the upcoming clash in shaping the destiny of the trophy.


In my opinion, Tuesday’s game holds the key to deciding the title. The pressure is on for Arsenal, and they will be hoping that it works in their favor. Manchester City, however, are well aware of the unpredictable nature of final day games.


Arsenal will be banking on the power of pressure to work in their favor. The upcoming days could witness some unexpected twists and turns, as Manchester City is well aware of the unpredictable nature of final day matches.


However, City will not underestimate Tottenham either, especially considering Ange Postecoglou’s team’s fearless approach. In a previous encounter at the Etihad Stadium this season, Tottenham displayed an impressive performance despite numerous injuries within their squad.


Realistically, City will need more than four points from their remaining two games to secure the title. Therefore, Tuesday’s match appears to be the more significant challenge, as Arsenal currently holds the advantage in terms of points.