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Quadruple rooms remain a "fantasy" but impressive Man City in all its facets

The Premier League champions have won their last eight games, scored 33 goals and conceded two goals, but the debate over the win is far too early.

Pep Guardiola has Manchester City's chances to win fourfold rather than "Fantasy" but after their Burnley 5-0 FA Cup break on Saturday, the blues' continued presence in all four competitions will be a major factor in this Playing their chances of success this season The tournament and the team of Jürgen Klopp have the opportunity to progress in the Premier League, while City is busy to contest the final of the Carabao Cup.

There is also the prospect that the Manchester derby will be pushed back in March to April or even later, possibly piling up. How City deals with all these games will shake her and her campaign.

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It could well mean fatigue, and city fans might beat Liverpool Bayern Munich, so the Reds from March are no longer fully on the Premier League title can concentrate.

At the moment, however, supporters, players and managers would be more likely to be in these competitions than outside and, in this respect, City in an enviable position.

They will face Chelsea in the final of the Carabao Cup next month, not long after a handsome-looking Champions League duel with Bundesliga Schalke fighters.

With Arsenal and Liverpool out of the FA Cup, City can also cross their fingers for a convenient draw in the fifth round.

If there are distractions from the Premier League, they are certainly welcome, and with such a deep cadre, any confidence they can win should be up for a few weeks or even months in combat.

That's how they got that far. A mix of young hopefuls and experienced cadre players earned them a place in the Carabao Cup final, but in the FA Cup Guardiola has consistently made strong.

On Saturday in Etihad, the city's substitutes had scored 51

goals in all competitions

 Manchester City celebrates against Burnley, FA Cup

Sergio have over the two previous FA Cup games away Aguero, Leroy Sane and David Silva did not start, but Ederson, Kyle Walker, John Stones, Nicolas Otamendi, Kevin De Bruyne, Ilkay Gundogan and Gabriel Jesus have all, and with Bernardo Silva and the ever-influential Fernandinho joining the mix on Saturday was thrown out, shows that Guardiola would prefer to win this trophy, than to sit at home and to rest a Premier League game.

There are potential weaknesses in some areas of the team, namely midfield and left-back, but considering that three of City's left-wing defenders were absent on the Saturday team and on Saturday they might still be always turn to Danilo, it's hard to over-phrase this case.

However, Fernandinho is as close as it seems to be indispensable in this team and his fitness in the coming months will also prove crucial to be handled carefully. As was the case in Huddersfield last Sunday, the Brazilian was substituted when City took the lead 3-0.

What sense if you look too far into the future? This article could have been written a year ago, with City ready for a Carabao Cup final, ready for Basel in Europe and against Wigan in the FA Cup.

They lost, of course, to Wigan and soon to Basel They were beaten and had to face the challenge of facing up to a real challenge and eventually losing to the Champions League against Liverpool, after blaming Reds for their inaccuracies Referees had combined.

Now they can do anything "We can try to win tomorrow, that's all I can assure you," said Guardiola on Friday when he was asked about the prospect of winning the quadruple. "The other is fantasy."

The Catalan was impressively restrained in his response to a topic that quickly reopened as City now wins again. Less than a month ago, he was eventually asked if he should change his entire football philosophy due to two defeats, home to Crystal Palace and Leicester.

These dark days seem to be far away. After losing to Leicester, City has won eight out of eight wins in all competitions, scored 33 goals and conceded only two goals, and not since the statement victory against Liverpool on January 3.

If so, this could be a very special season.

However, there is still a long way to go. City is still in all four competitions. For the moment, everything else is really fantasy.

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