Small margins to decide EPL championship battle

It has all come down to the last game of the season to decide who will be the undisputed kings of England following yet another pulsating and action-packed English Premier League (EPL) title race.

All Premier League teams will be in action for their last round of matches, including the exciting table toppers Manchester City and chasers Arsenal – who will both be desperate to deliver the ultimate prize today after what was an exciting down-to-the-wire title race.
Man City host Londoners West Ham United at the Etihad Stadium, while Arsenal will also be at home to Everton at the Emirates Stadium. All matches are set to kick-off at 5pm.

After neighbours Totten-ham Hotspur could not force a last-minute slip up from City on Tuesday night, Arsenal find their league title hopes hanging by a thread, needing yet another favour from cross-town rivals West Ham – whom they hope will get the job done this time.
The Citizens find themselves in the driving seat and have one hand on the trophy, with Pep
Guardiola’s side uncomfortably sitting on top with 88 points – just two ahead of the Gunners. Guardiola will require nothing less than maximum points, as a draw will only make their lives even more difficult should Arsenal win their match because, that would mean the title will be decided on goal difference – something that will be an advantage for Mikel Arteta’s side.

Arsenal hold a better goal difference than City and are expected to run riot against the Toffees, as they have been lethal in front of goal when playing in front of their home fans this season.
The likes of Bukayo Saka, Kai Harvets, Leandro Trossard and captain fantastic Martin Odegaard will be key in banging in the goals and keeping the league title dream alive.

City, on the other hand, will probably be relying on one man for goals and that is scoring machine and leading scorer Erling Haaland, who himself will want to pick up from where he left off against Spurs and guide his side to arguably their most important match of the season.

Going into the last game, Arteta will be eager to not only end Arsenals 20-year-long league drought but also seek to bring to a halt the harrowing dominance by his former mentor Guardiola – who has won five out of seven Premier League titles, with three of them won on three successive seasons.

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