Man United vs Man City
Manchester United host Manchester City on Wednesday in the final Manchester derby of the season.
The game has big ramifications for both sides.
Liverpool currently sit top of the Premier League, two points above Manchester City.
However, City have a game in hand with that tie being vs United.
Should City win it would but them back top of the league with just three games left to play.
As for Man United, they head into the tie in 6th place, two points off 4th place Arsenal.
But should United lose to City and Arsenal beat Wolves later this week, the Red Devils’ top four hopes will be all but over.
Foden’s derby memories
Ahead of the derby, Man City youngster Phil Foden has been speaking about his memories of the Manchester derby and having his say on the title race.
Foden was a ball boy for the Citizens in the 2012 derby that saw Man City win 1-0.
The 18-year-old has come a long way since then though and scored the only goal of the game on Saturday as City beat Tottenham 1-0.
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On the being ball boy and the title race, Foden had this to say:
“It was a great game.
“I have great memories of that game because we won it. I was behind Joe Hart’s goal, I always followed him. I touched the ball a few times.
“I couldn’t be in a better team.
“Every player wants to fight for the team and we’re unstoppable with that attitude. When we won the league last time we were miles in front but this is better because we’ve actually had a challenge, someone fighting with us.
“If we can do this, then people are going to have to start thinking that we’re one of the best teams ever.”As quoted by the Times.