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Nasri dismisses Chelsea title challenge

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Samir Nasri has stoked the fire ahead of Manchester City’s trip to Chelsea by claiming that his side have nothing to fear when travelling to Stamford Bridge and that he considers Manchester United to be the great threat in the title race.

Having played a game less, City are just two points ahead of United, with a tough trip to come to a resurgent Chelsea.

The Blues were largely considered to be contenders for the league title, but a bad Autumnal spell leaves them 10 points off the pace.

"Man United are still the threat to us," said Nasri

"I say that because they have more experience than any other team.

“It will be difficult when we play Chelsea, of course, but we knew it would also be difficult going to places like Spurs, Man United and Liverpool - and we had great results against those teams.

"So I don’t know what we have to fear about Chelsea."

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