It all comes down to this, After 37 games over 10 gruelling months of a memorable and truly epic season, just one point separates leaders Manchester City and second-placed Liverpool going into the final round of Premier League fixtures on Sunday afternoon.
Pep Guardiola’s champions travel to the south coast to take on a Brighton side now safe from relegation, looking for the win to guarantee them retaining the title they won by amassing 100 points last season.
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Meanwhile, Champions League finalists Liverpool host high-flying Wolves at Anfield knowing that nothing but a win will do if they are to stand any chance of winning a first top-flight title for 29 years.
So, either way we are in store for a fascinating and potentially nerve-shredding afternoon of football and one that will conclude with either City or Liverpool being crowned Premier League champions.