After what has been an incredible season, almost everything is now decided in the Premier League, apart from the biggest and most important factor; who will win the Premier League title in 2018-2019?

Last weekend saw Cardiff City confirmed as the third team joining Huddersfield Town and Fulham back in the Championship last season and we already know that Norwich City and Sheffield United are two of the three teams that will replace them, the other being one from Aston Villa, Derby County, West Brom and Leeds United who will contest the playoffs.

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Similarly, in the race for the top four, poor results for Arsenal and Manchester United, who could only draw their games against Brighton and Huddersfield Town respectively, allied to a win for Chelsea meant that Spurs defeat at Bournemouth wasn’t quite so costly, with Chelsea moving above Spurs into third, but Tottenham are now four clear of the next team below them (Arsenal) with just one game to play, meaning that Chelsea and Tottenham will likely earn Champions League places next season.

We say likely as if Arsenal win the Europa League, then the Gunners would take the fourth spot in the Champions League and the fourth placed team in the Premier League would miss out, so there is still plenty for Spurs and Chelsea to play for this weekend.

However, the eyes of the nation will be trained on Anfield and the AMEX Stadium as in the former, Liverpool face a tricky fixture against Wolves, while on the south coast, Manchester City know a win over Brighton will be enough to confirm them as Champions.

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So who will be the team celebrating the title on Sunday evening? The odds are massively in Manchester City’s favour, but after the incredible events of this week, can you rule Liverpool out of the equation?

Let’s preview both games now and give you our tips for each and with it, who we think will end up as the Premier League Champions this season.

Premier League Title Race

Liverpool v Wolverhampton Wanderers

In midweek, Liverpool produced one of the most incredible performances, not just in their history, but in the history of the Champions League and football itself as they came back from 3-0 down against the mighty Barcelona to earn an amazing 4-0 win at Anfield and with it a place in the Champions League final.

The raw emotion of the night will still be echoing around Anfield on Sunday and although they start as the big underdogs to win the League, there’s no doubt that this result, especially on the back of City’s win over Leicester on Monday night, has given the whole team and fans a massive boost.

Wolves though are not an easy side to get the better of. They have been the bête noir of the top size sides this season and they are one of just seven teams to have beaten Liverpool in the course of the season, when they knocked the Reds out of the FA Cup earlier in the year.

However, Liverpool know that all they can do to keep the pressure on City is land another win here and if they can achieve that, then the pressure will be on City to get a win at Brighton. Even though Wolves are a strong team, and with Roberto Firmino likely to be out, Liverpool should welcome back Mo Salah after he missed the Barcelona game through a concussion protocol.

The Reds know that it is win or bust. A draw will not be enough (unless in the unlikely event of City losing by more than four goals) so I am expecting the home side to go all out for the win here just as they did against Barcelona in midweek.

Wolves will provide a stern test and will be dangerous on the counter, but Liverpool at home know are looking irresistible and as such, I am backing them to keep the pressure on City with a win here.

Liverpool v Wolves Tips

  • Liverpool to win – 1/3
  • Liverpool to win 2-0 – 6/1
  • Sadio Mane to score a goal at Anytime – 11/10

Brighton v Manchester City

The equation for Manchester City is simple. A win here will give them the league title. A draw or loss combined with a win for Liverpool would mean Liverpool win the title. A draw for City and a draw or loss for Liverpool sees City win the league, while a loss for City and a draw for Liverpool would see City win the title, unless City lose by more than four goals, in which case Liverpool would win.

There is a prospect of a title play off but to land that you would need Liverpool and Wolves to draw 4-4 at Anfield and for Manchester City to lose 4-0 at Brighton. The chances of both those results happening are remote to say the least.

Realistically, this is a game that City can and should win. They have come through so many tests over the last few weeks, eking out wins over Man Utd, Tottenham, Burnley and Leicester City to keep hold of their own destiny. Surely they won’t throw that away by not landing a victory at Brighton.

City have won all of the last four between the teams, including a recent FA Cup Semifinal but Brighton have drawn three of their last four at home, but even so, City are a class above the teams that the Seagulls have only managed to pick up a point against.

Having had a full weeks rest ahead of the game too, compared to Liverpool who had an emotional Champions League semifinal 2nd leg in midweek, City should be raring to go in this one and while I expect Brighton to be strong and battle, the gulf in quality is just too great for them to be a realistic threat to City.

Still, I suppose you could say that against the likes of Leicester, Crystal Palace and Newcastle too, where City have slipped up this season. I’m not expecting that though here as I do feel City will run out the season and claim the title with a relatively routine victory.

Brighton v Man City Tips

  • Manchester City to win – 1/8
  • Manchester City to win 3-0 – 7/1
  • Bernardo Silva to score anytime – 11/5