Paul Merson reveals his prediction for Man City v Chelsea FC

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City are now at the top of the table but since Liverpool play before them, the Reds might once again go on top.

The midfielder was added to the reds Champions League squad earlier this week but the reds will likely need to progress to the last 4 of the competition before the Englishman could be back in a Liverpool shirt.

"The amusing thing about that is I didn't read it, I didn't watch it and I still know it", he told a news conference on Friday. We must be tougher.

"I'm not a massive numbers guy, but Mike Gordon (president of club owners Fenway Sports Group) didn't jump on me this morning and say 'The numbers are fantastic, come on let's go and spend all the money!'" said the manager.

Paul Merson is backing Manchester City to keep themselves in a strong position in the title race by claiming a 3-1 win over Chelsea FC in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon. "We work on the Bayern game [for his return], as you can imagine, but we don't know exactly". "Now this happens three times". Insane numbers. In the early stages of the season, 1-0 up, set pieces for the opponent were nothing.

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Liverpool have been plagued by defensive injury issues - with Joe Gomez and Dejan Lovren still unavailable.

"I think we were lucky [in the last match vs City] because we scored in a very hard moment in the match", he was quoted as saying by, speaking to reporters.

'We have to make one more round - but that was the plan anyway'. That's the truth. There was never a guarantee this season. The reality is that, if you want to be champions, you have to fight until the last match day.

"You can't have 62 points without doing really good and we have the chance to get a few more".

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