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'Optimist' Mancini claims end 'six-in-six' can still land City Premier League title

London, Wed, 11 Apr 2012 ANI

London, Apr 11(ANI): Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has said if his team can win their remaining six games then there is still some hope left for them for winning the Premier League title.

Mancini reckons a maximum 18 points can still earn them the title, and has ordered his players to do their best to claim them.

"We have had a great season and need to finish well. Six games to the end, 18 points. Never say never. I will never say we cannot win the league if there is still a chance. That is not me," The Sun quoted Mancini, as saying.

Their first win must come at home against West Bromwich Albion on Wednesday, while Mancini would love Wigan Athletic to take something off Manchester United.

Italian striker Balotelli will be banned for three matches following his two yellow cards at Arsenal, but the Football Association have decided to take no further action against him over his knee-high tackle on Alex Song that was not spotted by referee Martin Atkinson.

Mancini has expressed hope that old foes United, who are eight points clear of them in the league table, might lose some points before the Manchester derby on Apr 30 at the Etihad Stadium.

"We hope United can lose three or four points before the derby and, after that, we'll see," he said.(ANI)

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