- Jamie Carragher has said that EPL title race will be decided by the outcome of City's next two matches
- Liverpool sit top of the standings with 88 points, two more than City who still have a match to play
- City's Wednesday encounter against Man United has been touted as one of the fixtures that could decide the title race
With just few matches left to end the season, Liverpool and Manchester City have emerged as the favorites to lift the Premier League title.
The two sides are sitting neck-to-neck, with just two points separating them ahead of the conclusion of the ongoing season.
Man City are seeking to reclaim the title having won it last season, with Liverpool keen to break their 29-year jinx to bag the title.
The Manchester outfit are scheduled to battle rivals, Man United, on Wednesday night, April 24, in a fixture that has been dubbed the title decider.
Pep Guardiola's side will later face Burnley, Leicester City and Brighton to wrap up their campaign.
Liverpool legend, Jamie Carragher, now believes the title race will be decided by the outcome of City's next two matches.
"I said after last week that I thought it was 50-50, then Man City go and beat Spurs. I look at it now, Liverpool will beat Huddersfield on Friday, Man City know that, Liverpool will win that game," he told Sky Sports.
"I think the title will be decided, whether City win it or not, in the next two games (Man United and Burnley," he submitted.
Meanwhile, the Reds maintained their title challenge quest on Sunday, April 21, after stunning Cardiff City 2-0.
They have three matches left to end their season, with crucial fixtures against relegated Huddersfield, Newcastle United and Wolves.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was awarded the Premier League Manager of the Month award for March.
Liverpool played the whole of March without losing a match, recording three wins, and a draw to stay in contention for a league title in 29 years.
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