Roberto Mancini insists his Manchester City side have two much harder games than Manchester United left this season as the Premier League title race goes to the wire.
City moved to the top of the table on goal difference following their crucial 1-0 victory over United at the Etihad Stadium and are now 4/9 with bookmaker to win the Premier League.
City, looking to secure their first championship since 1968, face a tough match at Newcastle United on Sunday before finishing their campaign with a home game against QPR seven days later.
City are 13/2 to win 1-0 on Tyneside, with Mancini saying: “It is not finished. If we think it is finished, we will be making a big mistake. United are the favourites.
“They have easy games. They play against Swansea and Sunderland. We have two strong games, Newcastle and QPR. One plays for the Champions League, the other for relegation.”