Manchester – Defending champions Manchester City will challenge Sunderland at the Stadium of Light tonight. The Citizens desire to continue a series victory.
Since defeated CSKA Moscow 1-2, the City is back on track again with unbeaten in their last four games and the last three games culminate with a victory.
The last victory obtained by the extraordinary. Visit St. Mary’s on Sunday (12/30/2014), City were playing with 10 men since the mid second half managed to beat Southampton three goals without reply.
City now faces a new test in Sunderland headquarters where they could only bring home a victory in the three losses in his last four visits. Yaya Toure asked his team maintain consistency so that is no longer lagging far from Chelsea.
“Wednesday’s game will be difficult because so far we are always less fortunate at the Stadium of Light,” the Mirror quoted Toure said. “They are a good team. We‘ve seen it time against Chelsea (offset 0-0).”
“They are a very compact team, defended very well, has a good counter-attack.”
“We knew this would be a battle but we must be like when we win against Southampton for three or four consecutive games good for your confidence,” the Ivory Coast midfielder straightforward.
City currently second in the league standings with 27 points in 13 games results. They are six points behind Chelsea at the top, one point ahead of Southampton and five points from Manchester United.