Published: Sat, October 21, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Phil Neville predicts where Man City, Man United will finish this season

Phil Neville predicts where Man City, Man United will finish this season

Manchester City are unbeaten in their first eight Premier League matches with a win percentage of 87.5%.

"After that if you win it, it's a great recognition". Neither of City's speedy wingers played particularly well while in possession outside the box against Napoli, however, and with Burnley sure to sit deep at the Etihad Stadium there may be room for Bernardo Silva's combination of quick feet and quick thinking.

De Bruyne and City have made a scintillating start to the campaign, winning seven and drawing one of their opening eight games to be two points clear at the top.

De Bruyne, who was named Bundesliga Player of the Year for 2014-15 when he was at Wolfsburg, has been City's standout performer thanks to a succession of dazzling midfield performances and eye-catching assists.

The in form team and early leaders Manchester City will look to maintain their scintillating form when they host a hard working Burnley at the Ethiad arena on Saturday. "This was a good test to see where we are at", he added.

The young Brazilian has also yet to lose in his fledgling Premier League career, going 17 games without defeat (W13 D4 L0). He's had a really good start but we are only in October.

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"At other clubs he might not have had that time, but they are a fine team, and that is what they look like - a team, with and without the ball".

As a young boy, Kevin De Bruyne would often spend Christmas visiting his mother's family in London - Ealing, to be precise. "It's not for me to do that discussion".

Manchester City are 5-0-0 in their last five in all competitions, scoring sixteen and conceding four, City are 3-1-0 at home in the league this season scoring eighteen and conceding just three.

"That's going to happen", he said.

Maybe Manchester City are another step up but I think the bookmakers have this one priced up wrong. "Obviously I don't think we're favourites, probably one of the outsiders".

"After a Champions League game it's always it's complicated to be focused on what we have to do".

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