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Video: Internazionale players are sending their manager a hard-hitting message

United's Robin van Persie celebrates his first-minute goal

Manchester United striker Robin van Persie wants even more goals

Flying start not enough for Dutchman

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini

Gary Neville expects Manchester City to sack Roberto Mancini if they fail to win title

Mancini has overseen an awful Champions League campaign

City's highest earners: David Silva (36) - £422,712

Roberto Mancini will wait on David Silva ahead of Manchester derby

City playmaker a major doubt for visit of United

Joe Hart and his Manchester City teammates' European dreams will not be realised this season
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger

Sorry Arsene, Champions League exertions are no excuse for Arsenal's woeful domestic form

Wenger has described his side as jaded, suffering a lack of sharpness, attributed to the energy expended in ensuring Champions League progress

Maraoune Fellaini celebrates after scoring his goal against Manchester City

Match Report: Roberto Mancini sees the point of dodging bullets

Manchester City 1 Everton 1

Manchester City and Chelsea make it as comfortable as a grey cardigan for leaders Manchester United

Nerves are tightening in the Premiership’s capital city. After Chelsea it was Manchester City’s turn to make the evening as comfortable as possible before leaders Manchester United, who just happen to be the next team in the house of the champions, took the field at Reading.

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson

Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson claims the Premier League is a two horse race

While league leaders Manchester United are one, who does Ferguson see as the other title contender?

James Milner

Manchester City midfielder James Milner to miss Everton clash

England international limped out of midweek victory over Wigan

Mario Balotelli opens the scoring for Manchester City

Gareth Barry backs Mario Balotelli to rediscover best form for Manchester City

Italian striker scored first goal of the season in midweek

Roberto Mancini will be handed no funds for players in January

Wigan hoping to bring end to Manchester City's unbeaten run

City have not lost in 19 league games

The Sports Matrix: Friday 23 November 2012

Clattenburg cleared by FA and asks for apology

The Sports Matrix: Thursday 22 November 2012

Benitez takes reins as Di Matteo latest to feel Chelsea axe

Manchester City v Real Madrid: Key battles

Manchester City take on Real Madrid on Wednesday in a Champions League Group D match they must win to stand any chance of reaching the knockout stages. Here, Press Association Sport looks at some likely key battles.

The Sports Matrix: Tuesday 20 November 2012

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