"It was not about us, it was about them - they have elite players and they are so clinical", Dyche said. They know they're all decent and they all know I can only pick one.
"When we score the first goal, we want to score more and more, and to play well and win the games".
While the jury is split on the decision but some people feel that the inexperience of the Reds could eventually cost them the title. The latter two weren't even needed as City made it 108 goals in 36 games for the season, an average of exactly three per match. "We have a lot of games, not just in our legs, but in our minds".
'When one player plays 20 minutes, I want the best 20 minutes they can play.
"When you are 35-years-old you can have long, long holidays, no problem".
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Venezuela's other leading oil customers are China and India. "That's got markets feeling a little bit better". There's no shortage of oil in the world right now, with global supplies hitting a record last summer.
The Merseyside club spent four days in Dubai last week to avoid the harsh English winter weather, while Guardiola's team packed in a league visit to Huddersfield, a League Cup trip to Burton and that FA Cup clash with Burnley.
With a Premier League game away against Manchester United in midweek, only James Tarkowski, Charlie Taylor, Jeff Hendrick and Dwight McNeil were retained from the side that drew with Watford a week ago and an upset never looked likely.
Though Dyche has admitted his Clarets side are prioritising the league, they would love to take a big scalp today at the Etihad and advance to the fifth round.
Guardiola said: "We are able to try to win tomorrow - that's all I can assure you". Play good, prepare well.
This week, City have a chance to momentarily close the gap on Liverpool to one point if they can win at Newcastle on Tuesday - Jurgen Klopp's side are in action against Leicester on Wednesday evening.
"When I prepared the schedule between Arsenal and Chelsea, we had eight days".