Manchester City's Raheem Sterling celebrates scoring their first goal. REUTERS/Phil Noble
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It would be difficult for any team to find a more daunting examination in European football at present than a visit to the Etihad Stadium where Pep Guardiola's Manchester City have come into bloom.City's 7-2 demolition of Stoke City last Saturday to move them two points clear of neighbors Manchester United was followed by Guardiola's delight at seeing off "one of Europe's best teams" Napoli in the Champions League in midweek.The match of the weekend sees Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool meet at Wembley Sunday with both sides buoyed by superb away-days in the Champions League – Spurs earning a draw at champions Real Madrid while the Reds put seven past Maribor.Arsenal, also nine behind City, need to rebound quickly at Everton.
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