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Manchester — It has been a long two weeks for Pep Guardiola, left to stew on Manchester City’s defeat to leaders Liverpool, while his players were away on international duty. The 3-1 loss at Anfield left City in fourth place, trailing Jurgen Klopp’s side by nine points with little room for further error.

The increased pressure can be felt heading into Saturday’s return to action when in-form Chelsea visit the Etihad, buzzing with youthful confidence after a run of six straight victories in the league...

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