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Nasri insists no fear of Chelsea

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By Jonathan Nightingale

Tuesday 04 March 2014

Manchester City’s Samir Nasri has said he does not fear Chelsea as the race for the premier League crown hots up, Sky Sports with just 10 games of the season remaining.

Chelsea currently top the table having won 63 points from the 28 games played so far this season, four points clear of both Liverpool and Arsenal, and currently six clear of City - who do have two games in hand on the London club.

City will reclaim top spot by goal difference were they to win the two games, and Nasri is confident that his side can do just that, although acknowledging that claiming their second league title in three years is still going to be a tough challenge.

"I'm not scared about Chelsea or the league,” Nasri said.

"There is plenty more to play and everyone is going to have difficult games. If we win our two games in hand, we are going to be top of the league. But it's better not to talk and to act on the pitch.

"We're there in the league and if we win our two games in hand, we will be top with Chelsea.

"It's going to be tough until the end because Liverpool are still there too."

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