Manchester City have only lost one game so far this term in the Premier League
Nigerian international Victor Moses has claimed that Premier League champions Chelsea are good enough to beat current League leaders Manchester City on Sunday, March 4.
Manchester City have been superb this season, and Pep Guardiola’s men will go into Sunday’s tie against Chelsea boosted following their win over Arsenal in their last match.
City beat the Blues in the reverse fixture back in September 2017 at Stamford Bridge thanks to Kevin De Bruyne’s winner.
But Super Eagles star Victor Moses is confident his side can inflict just a second defeat of the season on Guardiola’s side.
“It’s going to be an interesting game. I’m expecting it to be tight.
”City are flying at the moment, but we have players who can win us games too. You never know what is going to happen.
“We need to stay hungry. We get a lot of chances in games so we have got to try and convert them. At the moment we are just concentrating on ourselves.
“We have worked hard in training and we want to do the best we can and go out there and prove people wrong.” the Nigerian international was quoted to have said by Daily Star UK.
Chelsea are currently occupying fifth position on the Premier League table, and Victor Moses stated that the Blues are not comfortable with their position.
“Finishing in the top four is crucial. We’re a team that almost always finishes in the top four. We don’t want to finish fifth or sixth.
“We believe in the players we have got. We have got enough quality collectively and individually to do the business.
“It’s not going to be easy. It’s about hard work and determination from all of us. There is a mental strength here.
“Fifth is not good enough but we still believe in ourselves. It’s been a bit up and down this season, and it’s about how we react.
“We players need to pull ourselves together and make the manager and the fans and everyone at the club proud again.” Moses added.
Manchester City have only lost one Premier League game this season, and their tie against Chelsea on Sunday is expected to be tough.