Man City v West Brom

Posted May 17, 2017

The departure of long-serving City right-back Pablo Zabaleta was confirmed over the weekend and, with a close-season of upheaval among his playing staff expected, Pulis insists Guardiola must be allowed to shape the squad to his needs.

West Brom have pledged to investigate the pockets of crowd trouble that occurred during Chelsea's 1-0 victory at The Hawthorns on Friday and punish any supporters found to have sold their tickets to travelling Blues fans.

The bookmaker's latest odds suggest the Hammers [3/1] are massive front-runners to land the 32-year-old, although Slaven Bilic's side aren't alone in the running.

There is probably not the intrinsic quality within the ranks compared to Leicester but Tony Pulis will set up his team to defend in an organised manner and there is always a chance one of their infrequent forays forward will catch City's backline out.

"His impact here was incredible".

"In terms of clubs that have had that success, obviously [there has been] Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal over the years, certainly with Premier League titles and Champions League titles, and that is where the European mindset will be, looking at English clubs and thinking who has had that success".

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"That is why he deserves the best last game here at home". Not winning a single trophy and being knocked out of the Champions League at the quarter-final stage would be utterly unacceptable at either of his two previous clubs.

Jonathan is ESPN FC's Manchester City correspondent. We play for a lot of important things, so they have to come to support us more than ever and to express the gratitude to one of the most important players in the whole history of Manchester City.

"I can't comment on how tough it's been for Antonio and how tough it's been for Pep". 'In my situation in a big club, I'm sacked.

"Antonio might have a had a situation where he can develop what he's got to what he wanted, whereas Pep might have had a situation where he couldn't develop that group for what he wanted and he needs to bring other people in. They don't give you a second chance".

Though Manchester City won't finish the 2016-17 season without any silverware, having been eliminated from the FA Cup, Champions League and Premier League title hunt, the best that Pep Guardiola's men can muster is a high enough finish to qualify for next season's Champions League. The aggregate score across those games is 45-8 in City's favour.

If they get three points from this match against West Brom, then they have to at least draw (if not pull out all the stops and win) against Watford on May 21.