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Final day of Premier League season will see never-before-seen event amid Arsenal and Man City title battle

Premier League fans will witness something that has never happened before on the final day of the season this weekend.

The final matchday of the season will see Arsenal and Manchester City battle it out for the Premier League title.

The side that has the advantage will be determined by whether City can go two points clear of Arsenal by beating Tottenham in their game in hand in midweek.

Depending on that result, and the result of Aston Villa versus Liverpool on Monday night, we could also see a key battle for the final Champions League qualification spot between Villa and Spurs.

Luton will be relegated barring a win for them, defeat for Nottingham Forest and an 11-goal swing, and while it would be one of the most remarkable events in Premier League history, Rob Edwards’ side can still mathematically avoid the drop.

It promises to be an exciting end to the English top flight’s season – and there will be a never-before-seen occurrence involving the two title challengers.

Liverpool’s poor run of form means they have dropped out of the race for the title, and are now guaranteed to finish in third place.

And with just Arsenal and City involved at the business end of the campaign, it means this will be the first season since the Premier League began that Liverpool nor Manchester United will be involved in a final day title battle.


If City lift the trophy, they will become the first team in top flight history to win four titles in a row – with United and Liverpool both winning four titles in five years in the past.

Arsenal, meanwhile, are looking for their first Premier League crown since the Invincibles season of 2003/04, and their fourth title overall since the top division’s restructure.

They take on Everton at the Emirates Stadium, while City host West Ham.

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