Analysing Manchester City’s 2015-16 December Fixtures

Manchester City

Manchester City made a strong start to the month of December after earning a 4-1 victory over Hull City in the Capital One Cup quarterfinal on Tuesday.

The focus now shifts back to the Premier League, where the Citizens will be looking to preserve their lead at the top during the busy festive period.

Out of three Premier League games played last month, City have won once, losing one and drawing another. Luckily for them, Arsenal and Manchester United couldn’t capitalise on their slip-ups.

Manchester City 2015-16 November Results 

Champions League: Sevilla 1-3 Man City

Premier League: Aston Villa 0-0 Man City

Premier League: Man City 1-4 Liverpool 

Champions League: Juventus 1-0 Man City

Premier League: Man City 3-1 Southampton 

City are riding high with momentum at the moment, and they can expect to get even better with David Silva and Sergio Aguero now have returned to full fitness.

Manchester City 2015-16 December Fixtures

Capital One Cup: Man City 4-1 Hull City / 01 Dec 2015

Premier League: Stoke City vs Man City / 05 Dec 2015 

Champions League: Man City vs M’gladbach / 08 Dec 2015 

Premier League: Man City vs Swansea / 12 Dec 2015

Premier League: Arsenal vs Man City / 21 Dec 2015

Premier League: Man City vs Sunderland / 26 Dec 2015 

Premier League: Leicester vs Man City / 29 Dec 2015 

An away trip to Britannia is generally perceived as a tough fixture, but Stoke City have been awfully poor at home this season, having picked up only 7 points from 6 games at home this season.

City have already qualified for the knock out phases in the Champions League, but they will be looking to top their group in order to get an (relatively) easy opponent in the Round of 16.

In the round 17 of the Barclays Premier League, Manchester City face Swansea at home, which should be an easy three-pointer for Manuel Pellegrini’s side. The Swans are going through a wretched form at the moment, having won only once in their last 11 matches in all competitions.

The following week, City travel to North London to face Arsenal, a game that holds paramount importance in deciding who would go to the top of the table before Christmas. City’s form away from home hasn’t been great compared to other teams in the top four, although same can be said about Arsenal’s home form.

City end the month of December with an away trip to Leicester, who have lost only once in the league. The fixture could get very interesting if Leicester continue their impressive run in the league, and stay in the title hunt around the festive period.

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