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Zabaleta: It's not over yet

Pablo Zabaleta has warned Liverpool that the title race is far from finished and says Manchester City will keep fighting until the end of the season.

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Pablo Zabaleta: Believes Manchester City can still win the Premier League

Pablo Zabaleta: Believes Manchester City can still win the Premier League

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City are six points behind Brendan Rodgers' league leaders with a game in hand after beating West Bromwich Albion 3-1 on Monday night to keep their hopes alive.

They need Liverpool to slip up to stand any chance of becoming champions, but the Reds face second-placed Chelsea at Anfield on Sunday and a home defeat would leave City back in control of their own destiny.

And Zabaleta knows that City have to keep the pressure on by winning all their remaining games, starting with this weekend's trip to Selhurst Park to play in-form Crystal Palace.

"We still have four games to go until the end," said Zabaleta.

"It's going to be tough, but we need to keep believing. We know in football that anything can happen.

"We have put pressure on Liverpool. We now need to wait for Liverpool to drop some points, which they can do in some games.

"We must move on to the next game and get three points at Crystal Palace.

"Nothing is over. In football, you know anything can happen.

"The most important thing is to keep working hard, keep doing everything possible until the end and then we will see."

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nd we always will love Ozil. I don't really mind if no other team can see just how brilliant he is, or if people think he is rubbish, because we know he is far from it. He is a fantastic player, and if people cannot see that it can only be a good thing, in that he will be at Arsenal for years to come, pulling the strings from behind a glass veil.

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like the list and Ozil in particular does seem under appreciated when you look at his stats (an odd thing considering his fee or maybe because of it). Palace have a few and I've always thought Dwight Gayle at Palace was under rated, certainly when you look at his goals per game ratio. You can probably also add Ryan Bertrand at Saints who should be in the England team in my view.

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ew Shaun Wright Phillips, there I've said it. If any club offers stupid money we'd be stupid to say no, he's not a potential worldie by any stretch and I feel that after a few years warming the bench at city or Chelsea he'll be back at QPR smoking sheesha pipes under Harry Redknapp.

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