Premier League: What Liverpool must do on final day to win title

Premier League: What Liverpool must do on final day to win title

- Vincent Kompany's screamer against Leicester fired Man City to the summit of the league table

- City are seeking to win the Premier League title for the second season in a row

- They, however, face competition from Liverpool who remain in contention for the prestigious title

It is now crystal clear that Premier League title race pitting Man City against Liverpool will now be decided on the final day of the season.

Both sides have a match left with City currently topping the standings with 95 points after edging Leicester at Etihad on Monday night, May 6, courtesy of a stunner from captain Vincent Kompany.

Liverpool are just a point within touching base and now hoping for a miracle to end their league trophy drought spanning 29 years. Whereas, Manchester City have won three titles in seven years. takes a closer look at what Liverpool must do on the final day to break that jinx:

The Reds are scheduled to host Wolves at Anfield on Sunday, May 12, in their last league match.

Wolves have been quite impressive this season under the tutelage of Nuno Espirito, and have been dubbed the league's giant killers.

The side has collected at least a point this season against the top six teams and now Jurgen Klopp faces a tricky assignment when he battles them.

While at it, the Reds will be hoping Man City draws or even loses their last match against Brighton to win the Premier League title.

Should City lose and Liverpool draw, Klopp's men will finish the season with same number of points but settle for runners up spot owing to their relatively inferior goal differences.

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Meanwhile, previously reported that Manchester City are one match away from winning the Premier League title second time in a row following their 1-0 win over Leicester City at the Etihad Stadium.

Pep Guardiola's men struggled for close to 70 minutes before Vincent Kompany broke the deadlock with just 20 minutes left to play in the game. ( -> We have updated to serve you better

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