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Manchester City will be keen to maintain their challenge for a place in the Champions League next season when they welcome Everton on Wednesday. You can watch all the live Premier League football by signing up with us here on Live Sport Network.

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Just one win from their last four games has seen City fall five points behind Tottenham in the race for the final Champions League spot. Though they do have two games in hand, coach Roberto Mancini will be aware that his side will have to start winning games on a consistent basis if they are to break into the top four.

 

Everton too are chasing their European dreams with the Toffees just five points behind seventh placed Aston Villa. While they have played a game more than their nearest rivals, coach David Moyes will be confident that his side will qualify for their third successive European campaign if they maintain their recent form that has seen them win three of their last five games.

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The Toffees go into the match on the back of a hard fought 2-0 win over Bolton Wanderers with Mikel Arteta and Steven Pienaar hitting the target late in the second half. Louis Saha is expected to start the game after recovering from a hamstring injury while Leon Osman is also available for selection. Wayne Bridge and Martin Petrov are the two major absentees for City while Emmanuel Adebayor is suspended for the game.

 

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