English newspapers have launched their final word before the big derby of Manchester City, where leaders Man City will host Manchester United on Sunday night for the 12th round of the Premiership.
The newspaper "Daily Star" that the coach of the Sky Blues "Pep Guardiola" is not worried about anything in the game more than the referee, "Anthony Taylor," who may not have the experience of these major games in England, so he issued a statement saying that the whole world will watch The referee, after leaking news of his permanent bias towards Man United.
While the old Telegraph focused more on the face of the lines than the face of the stadium. She described the battle between Pep and Mourinho as a game of minds, asserting that the match will see a lot of tricks by the coaches, who know each other well.
Finally, Dexter's "Express" did not matter at the expense of the top of England and New Zealand in Rugby, which seized most of the titles and covers in the newspapers, but pointed out that Guardiola had criticized his star Rahim Stirling after he apologized for his penalty kick against Shakhtar.