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Liverpool & Man City Could Play Premier League Title-Play Off If These EXACT Scores Happens Today


As the EPL draws to a close today,  with all the 10 matches being played at the same time,  dramas is something we are sure of seeing today.  And when you consider the dramas in Europe that qualified Liverpool and Tottenham to Champions League final,  then it is worthy to expect something awesome today too. 

Liverpool and Manchester City are battling for the Premier League today with Man City roping the table with just a point, and the title maybe or may not be decided with a potential play-off. Express Sport reveals the scores that are needed for a one-off match.

City head into the final day one point ahead of Jurgen Klopp’s side, Liverpool. Both teams have had a remarkable season with each team already having enough points to win every single Premier League season other than 2017/18 and 2004/05. But it will end in agony and pain for one team, though the ecstasy and joy for the others may have to wait.

An unlikely set of results are needed for a historic play-off match to happen. Manchester City host Brighton as they look to retain the title and a 4-0 win for Brighton would leave a play-off as a potential. Liverpool would need to draw 4-4 at home to Wolves for the play-off then to happen.

That set of scores would leave both sides on 91 goals scored, 26 goals against, +65 goal difference and 95 points.

Plans have already been put in place to ensure the process of the location of the Premier League trophy is straight forward whatever happens on the final day of the season. The real Premier League trophy will be on the south coast at Brighton and it will be what City lift should they beat the Seagulls.

At Anfield there will be an identical replica in place, which Liverpool will lift should the unthinkable happen. That will then be replaced by the real trophy in due course. Manchester City will be made to wait for their coronation though at full-time should they beat Brighton.

What are your predictions today? 

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