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Sunday, 13 May 2012

Man City v QPR online video Free Live Barclays Premier League Preview -13 May -2012,16:00 CET

Man City v QPR Live Stream online video Barclays Premier League 2012 Video Free The match will take plcae at the in on  05/13/12 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things for you thanks.Watch Free Man City v QPR Stream Free online video Video Of Barclays Premier League Sunday 13 May 2012 Kickoff and Time Table scheduled for 16:00 CET.Barclays Premier League ,Watch Video online video Live online video,Man City v QPR Live Streaming Video ,Man City v QPR Stream,Man City v QPR Live free,Man City v QPR Streaming,Man City v QPR Live, Man City v QPR online video,Man City v QPR online video, Man City v QPR Results,Barclays Premier League Fixtures.Forty four years and two days since their last title, the blue half of Manchester is finally ready to celebrate being the champions of English football again. It's a day thousands of City fans thought they'd never see in their lifetimes. It's a day thousands of City fans daren't even think about celebrating yet - not with work still to do.

In an eery coincidence, as with their 1968 success, they might have to pay attention to a game between Manchester United and Sunderland at the same time as willing City to a win.

Then, as now, the Manchester clubs went into their final games of the season separated only by goal difference (goal average then). City won 4-3 at Newcastle as United lost at home to Sunderland anyway but it wasn't an afternoon devoid of drama, with City twice losing the lead at St James's Park.

With football coverage and communication as it is now, there should be no problem keeping up with exactly what's happening at the Stadium of Light IF City fans need to know.

A goal difference eight better than United's means a home win would make events on Wearside irrelevant anyway - but I can't help but think of 1996 when it comes to Manchester City and final-day drama. Coming back from two goals down to draw with Liverpool, and false reports of Coventry losing at home to Leeds, led to City's staff telling the players a draw was enough to stay in the Premier League. Instead of going for the win they tried for too long to play out time and drew - as did Coventry. City went down on goal difference.

Going down with them were QPR. If their first return to the top flight since then is to last longer than one season then they might need to avoid defeat - possibly denying City the title in the process. Honestly, Frederick Forsyth couldn't have a written a more thrilling script!

Rangers fans will be hoping for anything other than a Bolton win at Stoke to make their first ever trip to the Etihad Stadium a more relaxed one. No wins and just two points from their last 12 away games - coupled with City's unbeaten home record - makes a QPR win seem a distinctly unlikely occurrence. Or does it?

With Mark Hughes and his coaching staff having been sacked by City in an 'unethical way' according to Sir Alex Ferguson, there's a revenge factor in play. With Joey Barton, Nedum Onuoha and Shaun Wright-Phillips in the QPR squad there's a strong ex-player factor too.

Time to sit back and watch the drama unfold. Let's just not expect the expected. I know that doesn't really make sense - but this is Manchester City after all. Things rarely have with them.

Barclays Premier League

Match : Man City v QPR

Sunday Date   13 May 2012

Kick Off Time:     15:00   BST

Venue :  : Etihad Stadium

Live/Repeat: Live

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