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Paul Merson and Chris Sutton agree on Man City vs Aston Villa prediction as Roy Keane slammed

Paul Merson and Chris Sutton have predicted whether or not Manchester City will defeat Aston Villa. Pep Guardiola will welcome Unai Emery's side to the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday evening as the Premier League title race builds a head of steam.

The reigning champions head into the clash following a goalless draw with Arsenal, meanwhile, the Villans enjoyed a 2-0 win over Wolves. After Liverpool snatched three points from Brighton at the weekend, Manchester City now have significant ground to make up before the end of the season.

While Tottenham Hotspur have a game in hand, Aston Villa are three points clear in the race for top four. Very little separates the two clubs with regard to goal difference, so Emery has been backed to make it tough for Guardiola's side.

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In a column for SportsKeeda, Merson claimed that Manchester City 'cant attack like they used to' and that a draw could prove fatal in the title race. The Arsenal legend said: "Manchester City have reached that stage of the season where they've got to win this game. They're three points behind in the title race with a worse goal difference.

"If they draw this game, it's going to be very difficult for them. Manchester City are chasing two teams down, and Liverpool and Arsenal have fixtures that they'll probably win this week. It's just another football match eaten away, and it adds up in the end.

"This is a hard game, and City have got some injuries. Stones and Walker are two of their best players and without them, City can't attack like they're used

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