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Pep Guardiola reveals what he will be doing instead of watching Manchester United v West Brom

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Pep Guardiola reveals what he will be doing instead of watching Man Utd
Pep Guardiola celebrates the win over Tottenham (Getty)

Pep Guardiola wont watch Manchester Uniteds fixture with West Brom tomorrow, despite Manchester City being crowned champions if the Red Devils lose.

Instead, the Man City manager will be playing golf.

His side beat Tottenham 3-1 with an impressive performance at Wembley on Saturday in which Gabriel Jesus, Ilkay Gundogan and Raheem Sterling were on the scoresheet.

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Pep Guardiola reveals what he will be doing instead of watching Man Utd
Guardiola with goalscorers Jesus and Sterling (Getty)

The result puts Man City three points away from winning the title and they may well be champions before playing again next weekend.

Manchester United play West Brom at Old Trafford tomorrow and if they lose it will seal the title for their local rivals.

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Despite the significance of the result for his team, Guardiola instead plans to be on the golf course.

No [I wont watch], I have golf game tomorrow.

Pep Guardiola reveals what he will be doing instead of watching Man Utd
Sterling slammed in Man Citys third goal (Getty)

Asked to confirm that was the case, Guardiola told Sky Sports: Yeah tomorrow I have golf game. I have three days off and tomorrow I have golf.

Golf, my son, friends. Tomorrow is golf.

Should Manchester United avoid defeat to West Brom, Man City could be crowned champions in midweek with the Red Devils in action again, against Bournemouth.

Important fixtures

Man Utd v West Brom – Sun 15 April

Bournemouth v Man Utd – Wed 18 April

Man City v Swansea – Sun 22 April

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On when Man City will inevitably be crowned champions. Guardiola said he wants to celebrate it with their own fans.

I will be so happy, but I think United going to win [against West Brom].

The important is to have the chance to win at home.

Should Manchester United not drop three points over their next two games, Man City will win the title next Sunday if they beat Swansea at the Etihad.

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