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Manchester City aren't expecting 'easy wins' in final Premier League matches - Stones

An ESPN FC viewer asks the crew if they think Manchester City and Liverpool would swap Premier League and Champions League positions if they could.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley says that despite the tight scoreline, Manchester City were in complete control even if their attack wasn't firing on all cylinders.

Manchester City are expecting a scrap in their final two matches as they close in on a second successive title and don't anticipate "easy wins" in either of their remaining games, according to defender John Stones.

The Premier League leaders need just two victories from their final games against Leicester City and Brighton to guarantee finishing above rivals Liverpool.

But with Leicester, now managed by former Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers, still fighting for a European place and Brighton not certain...

Pickford, Stones, Trippier and Maguire struggle after England World Cup heroics

The ESPN FC panel predict who will finish 4th in the Premier League, with no one believing Manchester United can get it done.

Manchester City's 2-0 victory over Manchester United may prove to be the decisive moment in the title race, as Pep Guardiola's side overcame their final serious test.

They did it, however, without John Stones. For a game against a counter-attacking United side boasting little else other than speed upfront, Guardiola chose to field the somewhat immobile Vincent Kompany alongside Aymeric Laporte. On the bench, meanwhile, was Nicolas Otamendi. Stones didn't even make the 18-man squad, with no suggestion...

Man City's De Bruyne, Stones, Fernandinho could return for Fulham clash - sources

Liverpool legend Steve Nicol recalls his side's 1989 title challenge failure as caution for Manchester City in their quest for a quadruple.
Stevie Nicol feels Atletico Madrid's Saul Niguez is "money well spent" and the ideal midfielder to replace Fernandinho at Manchester City.
The FC crew delve into Wayne Rooney's comments as to why Liverpool winning the Premier League title would be 'a nightmare.'
Craig Burley and Bradley Wright-Phillips make arguments for Raheem Sterling and Virgil van Dijk as the 2019 Premier League player of the year.

Manchester City have been handed a significant injury boost with Kevin De Bruyne, John Stones and Fernandinho in contention to feature in Saturday's trip to Fulham, sources have told ESPN FC.

Many of Pep Guardiola's squad are back at the Etihad Campus on Monday after being given time off for the international break.

De Bruyne has not played since injuring his hamstring in the victory over Bournemouth on March 2 and missed Belgium's European Championship qualifiers against Russia and Cyprus....

Kane, Sterling and Stones are England's rocks, but who else makes strongest XI?

These are good times for England's national team. After a thrilling run to the World Cup semifinals last year, the Three Lions boast plenty of world-class talent in the squad and, for the first time in perhaps a generation, a lot of valuable depth that has been battle-tested, as well.

In 2019, they also will appear in the first-ever UEFA Nations League finals, where they'll face Netherlands in the semifinals for the chance to challenge Portugal or Switzerland in Porto on June 9 with a trophy...

Manchester City injury crisis with De Bruyne, Stones, Fernandinho, Mendy missing for Watford clash

Manchester City's injury list is piling up with four players set to miss Saturday's clash with Watford.

Kevin De Bruyne and John Stones are both missing after limping off in Saturday's 1-0 win over Bournemouth, which saw them move back to the top of the table and are not expected back until after the international break.

The pair join Brazilian midfielder Fernandinho, who is expected to be out for a similar length of time after injuring his hamstring in the victory over Chelsea. Benjamin...

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola hails John Stones' versatility

MANCHESTER, England -- Kyle Walker could miss Manchester City's Champions League game against Shakhtar Donetsk on Tuesday, but John Stones is ready to continue in his place.

Walker, 28, missed Saturday's 5-0 victory over Burnley on Saturday with a muscle problem, and Stones could keep the right-back role he filled against the Clarets.

"He can't play winger, attacking midfielder or striker -- no way," Pep Guardiola joked when asked about Stones' versatility.

"I think it's good for the young players...