City no chokers says Mancini
Man City boss Roberto Mancini has insisted his side won't let nerves ruin their chances of claiming the league title this season.
The Citizens, who can be backed using your free bet, went on a poor run of form at the beginning of last month but have managed to come through that barren spell to now sit top of the Premier League table with just two games remaining. A crucial 1-0 victory over Manchester United at the Etihad Stadium on Monday has put City in pole position to claim their first league title since they claimed the first division back in 1968. Having come through a poor spell, Mancini believes his side are building momentum at just the right time ahead of their clash with Newcastle United on Sunday and QPR in their last game of the campaign and the former Inter Milan boss does not think his team will bottle it now. The Italian said: "It happened six weeks ago. I don't know why. Probably because we had some important players injured. "But it won't happen now. We can lose because in football you can lose every game. But I am sure we will play a good game. "We are the best team in Manchester. To be the best in the country we need to win the next two games."