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On paper this must go down as one of the mismatches of the season. Manchester City are close to their best again, whacking 10 goals past West Brom and Norwich in the space of a few days, whilst Wolves are in a horrible spiral which is only taking them one way. Roberto Mancini's side go into this weekend five points behind United and another morale-boosting win here would send Sergio Aguero & co into the title showdown with their neighbours on April 30th in confident mood. Wolves' relegation has not been mathematically confirmed yet but they go into the weekend eight points from Premier League safety and the players themselves have already admitted they are playing for pride and dignity at this stage. It may surprise, but Wolves' record against Manchester City is actually rather good. They have won six of their last nine home league games against City stretching over the course of 30 years.
• Wolves have conceded in their last 16 home league games. If they concede here, they will equal the Premier League record of 17 home games without a clean sheet.
• In the three PL games that Carlos Tevez & Sergio Aguero have started together, the pair have netted 11 goals between them (Aguero 7, Tevez 4).