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Pearce: Man City Should Be Worried About Facing Bournemouth

Pearce: Man City Should Be Worried About Facing Bournemouth

Stuart Pearce made a statement on Wednesday and said that Manchester City needs to be careful when it comes to face Bournemouth. City is not going to face the team of Eddie Howe till 3rd of March. They are also going to face Chelsea, West Ham, and Everton in the Premier League games. However, Pearce analyzed their upcoming fixtures and had singled out the Vitality Stadium trip.

Pearce: Man City Should Be Worried About Facing Bournemouth
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Pearce had been the former boss of Manchester City. He had been at the Cardiff Stadium for watching Bournemouth being defeated by Chelsea by 2-0. However, he believes that they are capable of producing shocking results when it comes to the match against Manchester City.

City has been surprised by Newcastle as they had been defeated by 2-1. This was their 4th defeat in the season prior to Pep Guardiola’s team recovering with a win over Arsenal for reducing the gap with Liverpool.

Bournemouth had come close to a shocking result when it came to their match against Manchester City in last season at home. They lead through Charlie Daniel before Raheem Sterling scored in the ninety-seven minute. This helped them to snatch away all the three points.

While speaking about the fixtures of Pearce said that City has gone the maximum points if it is considered that Liverpool has lost the game. He says that you never know what Bournemouth is actually going to deliver. They might not have played well in Cardiff but they managed to defeat Chelsea a few matches back.

Sources: https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11743/11628009/manchester-city-should-be-wary-of-facing-bournemouth-says-stuart-pearce

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