Manchester City has given a title warning to Manchester United after cutting their lead at the top to just four points.
The Red Devils will be facing a tricky trip to Tottenham, knowing that their rivals are not giving up their title without a fight.
Two goals from David Silva gave City a comfortable 2-0 victory over Fulham, the Sun reports.
It means Roberto Mancini's side won six of their seven league matches since losing the derby.
Assistant manager David Platt reiterated they will be waiting to attack if United slip up.
Platt said that all they can was to win the games, adding that they have got 15 left and United have 16.
He said that both the teams will drop points between now and the end of the season, and they have to make sure they keep winning.
City woke up at 2-0 but wasted a hatful of chances to improve their goal difference, the report added. (ANI)