Manchester City's Yaya Toure celebrates after he scores a goal during the English Premier League soccer match between Crystal Palace and Manchester City at Selhurst Park stadium in London, Sunday, April 27, 2014. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)
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Manuel Pellegrini's men sit in third place with 77 points, three behind leaders Liverpool and one adrift of Chelsea, but with an extra match to play and a superior goal difference, three successive wins should secure the trophy.Their final two games are at home to Aston Villa and West Ham United, both woefully out of form, and the 2011-12 champions would back themselves strongly to take six points against sides in the bottom half of the table. The other team in the title race are second-placed Chelsea, despite manager Jose Mourinho's claims to the contrary, and they could take advantage if either Liverpool or Manchester City slip up in the season's final stretch.Aston Villa will look to arrest an alarming slide that has seen them pick up one point from six matches to leave them three points outside the relegation zone when they host Hull City Saturday, while West Ham will be aiming to beat Tottenham Hotspur for the third time this season when they meet at Upton Park.
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