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Man City ace hoping experience will win them the title

Manchester City midfielder James Milner believes that his side’s experience of coming out on top in a close title race will be enough to see them ease past Liverpool to claim this season’s top prize.

The Reds are currently four points ahead of the Sky Blues, but the chasing side know that if they win all of their remaining games – starting this weekend at Anfield – they will lift the trophy.

Whereas Liverpool have never claimed the Premier League title, City came out on top two years ago thanks to a final day victory against QPR, in what has often been described as the most dramatic end of season turn of events ever.

Although he believes that the Merseysiders have the advantage, Milner is confident that his team’s know-how will be enough for them to regain their crown:

“We’ve been here before and have won the title recently whereas Liverpool haven’t won one for a long time and whether that comes into play or not, I don’t know. As the finishing line gets closer, games that looked easier a few weeks ago prove to be anything but.” He told the club’s official website.

“It’s still in our hands because if we win seven games, we’ll be the champions, but Liverpool are in the box-seat because they are top and have the points already on the board so for me, they have to be favourites as things stand.

“We have the ability and experience to finish the job and it’s going to be an exciting finish for the neutrals.

“Hopefully we can see this through and win it again in slightly less dramatic fashion as the last one – but if that’s what it takes, I’d be happy to do it all again.”

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