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Saturday, 18 January 2014

Manchester City v Cardiff City: Can Solskjaer stop City hitting goal 100?


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New Cardiff City boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has had some happy times in Manchester. He won it all at Old Trafford, scoring some great goals to boot. But this afternoon could be one to forget as he takes his relegation-threatened Bluebirds to the impregnable Etihad. 

Manchester City are riding roughshod over everyone, whether it's domestically or in Europe, and are only one goal away from hitting 100 for the season. That is a remarkable achievement for Manuel Pellegrini's men, especially as it wasn't that long ago that City couldn't hit a cow's arse with a banjo under Stuart Pearce.

The former champions have a squad capable to sweeping the board this season and Cardiff will have to have some game plan up their sleeves to stop them. Even league leaders Arsenal were hit for six at the Etihad. Just to make matters worse for the visitors is the return of Sergio Aguero!

Cardiff of course beat Pellegrini's men at home in August, but City will be seeking revenge here - and there are not too many people predicting anything other than a home win.

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