I think Jürgen will have the lads fired up and go all out for the win, they are missing too many key players so we need to grasp the nettle before they get back to full strength, they still have a formidable side to field but having lost their keeper as well as La Port, and possibly Silva is a massive blow for them,
Pep trying to butter up Brava as a able replacement is folly, the fella hasn't played much this season and just won't provide the same confidence for that make-shift back 4,
Although it won't be as gung ho as some would like I still think we will get at them from the off and pile the pressure on, and if they crack early we could have a very nice afternoon indeed,
If we play as we did at home last season we'd play into their hands imo, a City fan would snatch yer hand off if offered a draw right now, but we ain't that generous, for me a win and a 9 point lead over them is a huge psychological boost, and of course it isn't over by any stretch ,however the pressure on them to catch us without dropping further points will be immense, just as long as we keep doing what we're doing, winning ugly, winning late, it won't matter in the end ,
Massive massive game tomorrow, probably our biggest test to date, but we go into it better equipped, full of confidence with a home crowd backing the lads full on, what can possibly go wrong?
3-1 Champions Elect