Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Brunch Crunch ; Sterling Says Blues Can Turn Up Title Heat on Rivals with Lunchtime Win

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Brunch Crunch ; Sterling Says Blues Can Turn Up Title Heat on Rivals with Lunchtime Win

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RAHEEM Sterling is urging his City teammates to turn the screw on their title rivals when they head to Norwich for the weekend's early kick-off.

The Blues play at Carrow Road on Saturday lunchtime hoping to leapfrog Arsenal - who play in the teatime fixture - and put the pressure on Spurs and leaders Leicester.

And Sterling, after his goal in the 4-0 win over Aston Villa ended a league goal drought stretching back to Boxing Day, is urging his teammates to turn up the pressure.

"It's always disappointing losing three games on the spin, so we are really happy to turn that around and hopefully we'll continue with this performance into the last ten games," said the England man.

"We have belief in ourselves and know if we play the football, we know we can beat most teams in the league. …

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