·28 May 2023
·28 May 2023
Manchester City will close out their title-winning 2022/23 Premier League season with a trip to Brentford on Sunday afternoon.
City take on Thomas Frank’s side hoping to avoid a league double for the Bees, after Brentford became one of the few clubs to inflict defeat on Pep Guardiola’s side with a 1-2 win at the Etihad Stadium prior to the FIFA World Cup last November.
Coming into match full confidence, Manchester City will be hoping to further extend their unbeaten run of 25 matches across all competitions – putting them in good stead for the two huge cup finals that are on the horizon.
Last time out, Phil Foden saw a first-half strike at the Amex Stadium cancelled out by a sensational long-range effort from Julio Enciso, as Manchester City were forced to settle for a 1-1 draw against high-flying Brighton on the south coast.
That contest was the second of three matches that are meaningless for Pep Guardiola and his players at the end of this season, after they claimed a third successive Premier League title last weekend following Arsenal’s defeat to Nottingham Forest.
Following the meeting with Brentford in west London this weekend, Manchester City will have a week to prepare for their Emirates FA Cup final showdown with Manchester United, before jetting to Istanbul a week later for the Champions League final against Inter.
Ahead of the match-up at the Gtech Community Stadium, here are all the important statistics and potential landmarks to look out for between Brentford and Manchester City!
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