The Spaniard could make history in today's clash with Wolves.

Man City are gearing up for a crucial Premier League clash on Friday, with the reigning champions traveling to Wolves. Victory would see the reigning champions move ahead of Leicester, who lost to Liverpool on Boxing Day, in the standings but there is an added personal bonus for winning.

It’s no secret that Guardiola hit the ground running in the Premier League, for the most part, and could make history in Friday’s trip. The Spaniard has been in charge of 132 English top-flight games and has recorded a whopping 99 wins. Victory today would make him the quickest manager to reach 100 Premier League wins in the league’s history.

The record is currently held by Jose Mourinho. The Portuguese tactician needed 142 matches to reach a century of triumphs, but Pep could snatch this record within nine fewer fixtures. Of course, the Citizens must first beat Wolves before their manager can enter the history books.

Last time these two sides met, the reigning champions were shocked and beaten 2-0 at the Etihad Stadium. Man City have won their last two league outings and should be confident for this game, but their hectic fixtures list might weigh down on them. After the trip to the Molineux Stadium, the Manchester giants will be back in action in less than 48 hours, hosting Chris Wilder’s high-flying Sheffield side.


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Wolverhampton Wanderers 3 - 2 Manchester City

December 27, 2019 2:45pmMolineux Stadium (Wolverhampton, West Midlands)

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