Mo Salah sends message to Manchester City ahead of their meeting with Chelsea

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Chelsea play host to Manchester City at Stamford Bridge on Thursday night and the game will go a long way to determine when Liverpool will win the Premier League.

If Chelsea beat City tonight, Liverpool will be confirmed as Premier League champions, but a win for City will delay Liverpool’s title celebration.

Liverpool are 23 points ahead of City, and speaking after their 4-0 win against Crystal Palace, former Chelsea winger Mohamed Salah, has revealed that he won’t be watching the game between Chelsea and Manchester City.

“I feel great,” he told Sky Sports after Liverpool’s game against Palace.

“Since I came here I said I want to win the Premier League and the team and the city didn’t win it for a long time.

“It is the right time. Maybe last year we had a chance, but Man City perform also really good and they deserved to win it. But it’s our time to win it, so it’s great.”

Questioned about if he would watch the game, Salah replied: “[I’ll be] playing with my daughter.”

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