Title race tightens as City close on United
Updated Sunday, 22nd April 2012
Manchester City moved to within three points of leaders Manchester United as the race for the Premier League title was revived in dramatic fashion on Sunday.
United, twice two goals in front, were held to a remarkable 4-4 draw by Everton at Old Trafford and City, who kicked-off later Sunday, capitalised on the leaders' surprise slip-up by winning 2-0 away to Wolves -- who were relegated as a result.
City can go top, on goal difference and with two games then remaining, if they beat United in a Manchester derby at Eastlands a week on Monday.
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