Mancini delays City party
Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini is refusing to get carried away too soon even though his side is on the brink of the title.
City are virtually guaranteed of picking up the Premier League trophy if they beat struggling QPR in their final game of the season at the Etihad Stadium next weekend. Mancini's men have put themselves in the box seat after following up their vital victory over neighbours Manchester United, with another three point haul against Newcastle on Sunday. Yaya Toure scored both goals as City ran out 2-0 winners at the Sports Direct Arena and barring a shock defeat to Rangers and a frankly unlikely goals avalanche for United at Sunderland, the club's 44 year wait for the top-flight crown will be over. The two sides are locked together on 86 points with City enjoying an advantage in goal difference of eight following United's 2-0 home victory over Swansea, although Mancini is taking absolutely nothing for granted. He said: "In one game, it can change. It's in our hands and we are playing at the Etihad Stadium. But it doesn't change anything. "We need to keep our concentration and our good attitude like we have in the last four or five weeks. "We can talk after Sunday, not today. It is too early."