Having witnessed another twist in the race for the Premier League title, Manchester City manager, Roberto Mancini, is still banging the same drum.
The Italian is convinced, or, at least, is saying, that their rivals, Manchester United, will retain their domestic crown this term, to wrap up their 20th league title in their history.
With just four games of the campaign remaining, the Citizens find themselves only three points behind the Red Devils, after Mancini’s men recorded a 2-0 win over Wolves, on Sunday.
The victory at Molineux came just a few hours after United slipped up at Old Trafford, with a dramatic 4-4 with Everton, who have enjoyed a strong end to the season under manager, David Moyes, a man touted as a possible successor to Sir Alex Ferguson.
Last weekend proved that anything can happen in the race for the title, and there is bound be at least one more upset in the pipeline, before the conclusion of the 2011/2012 tale. This year’s campaign has been especially dramatic for supporters enjoying a Bet on the Premier League.
City still have to host the defending champions at the Etihad Stadium, next Monday, in what will surely be a treat for fans of Live Football. However, Mancini claims that the title race is already done and dusted.
The former Inter Milan boss said, earlier in the month: "Only one team can win this title. I've never bet in my life, but if you were to ask, I would say 'put your money on United', 100 per cent. I don't have a message for Sir Alex. If I did it would only be 'congratulations for your season, and for this title.'"