Where would this season's Premier League be without Manchester City?

Where would this season's Premier League be without Manchester City?

Brighton manager Chris Hughton believes Liverpool have what it takes to challenge for the Premier League title next season. The sinking Stoke vessel that he was asked to disembark from in January finally went under, and having clambered aboard the Good Ship Southampton, he has managed to avoid the iceberg at the last possible moment.

Guardiola's side have swept nearly all before them during this season's record-breaking title-winning campaign but Reds have had their number in recent meetings.

"They play more here [centrally]; sometimes we look more for the sides to attack".

"But myself and everybody on my staff put their heart and soul into that job for four-and-a-half years, and I'm really, really sorry that unfortunately they've gone out of the league".

"He and Luka (Milivojevic, also a central midfielder) have carried a big weight on their shoulders because for long periods of time we haven't really had an bad lot of competition in that area, and they've been forced out there time and time again in very important games".

Japanese defender Maya Yoshida is likely to return from suspension, with young Polish player Jan Bednarek injured.

"He's not missed many games, that's for sure; he's played an bad lot of minutes, and we've been successful".

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Steven Davis is ruled out for the hosts.

City wrap up their season with a trip to Southampton on Sunday.

Sergio Aguero is the only injury concern for the visitors.

Kyle Walker, signed from Tottenham last summer, has shone during City's brilliant season but Guardiola still expects more from the 27-year-old in future.

Manchester City players celebrated winning the Premier League title with their WAGs by renting out an entire restaurant in Manchester on Thursday night.

'I am not saying he's the best, as other managers have had success with different methods, but he certainly shows you a different way of feeling and seeing football.

Manchester City have scored at least 3 goals in their last 3 away matches in the Premier League.

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