Guardiola says City must be perfect to win Premier League title

Pep Guardiola disputes Manchester's greater experience The city will be an important part. Meanwhile, his team must compete with Arsenal to win the Premier League title. He states that his team must be perfect to come out on top.

Defending champions City, who are trying to win an unprecedented fourth consecutive English Premier League title, are second in the standings, one point behind Arsenal. But there is a game in the making.

With 80 points and three games to go, Arsenal have a chance to put pressure on City. When they host Bournemouth at the start of the match on Saturday.

City host Wolves at the Etihad. stadium today They hope to avoid the 2-1 defeat they suffered against Molineux earlier this season.

Guardiola's men, who are unbeaten in 31 games in all competitions, are favorites to win the Premier League for the sixth time in seven seasons. But the city boss did nothing.

On Friday, he was asked at a press conference whether winning the championship would play a key role for his team.

"I would like to, but I don't know. I don't have an answer to that question," he said. "I would like to say yes, but we have to prove it tomorrow against Wolves and in the next game.

He added: “We know we have to get all 12 points or it will be difficult because Arsenal are very strong and compact. And it's hard to see them fall.”

Guardiola said top scorer Erling Haaland is fit to start after coming on as a substitute for Nottingham Forest last weekend and scoring in the 2-0 win.

“When everyone is ready They should be ready,” he added.

“I don't know exactly what I'm going to do tomorrow.

“Of course I have some doubts about one or two players in the team. But the rest is about the game plan. and what I want to do I've had time to think about it and watch Wolves' last game, but he's ready."

Guardiola confirmed that Ruben Dias and Phil Foden missed the Forest match due to illness. Will be available alongside goalkeeper Ederson.