Joleon Lescott is relishing Manchester City's biggest game for 44 years but insists it is nonsense to suggest they already have the Barclays Premier League title in the bag.

A win against QPR at home on Sunday will see the top-flight title go to City for the first time since 1968 - although as long as City match Manchester United's result at Sunderland the trophy will still be theirs.

The England defender told the club's website: "I've heard a few things have been said about how we will approach the game and that we think all we have to do is turn up - but that's complete nonsense."

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