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11th May 2019

The Premier League Title will be settled on Sunday.

Champions Manchester City are 1/8 to win at Brighton - where they won 2-0 last season. The AMMEX is no easy place to win and Brighton have taken some big scalps over the last two seasons.

But, City may benefit from not playing in Europe and come fresher than Liverpool will be at home to Wolves.

City needed a wonder goal from skipper, Vincent Kompany to beat Leicester, but Brighton, winless in eight are not that good.

Kevin de Bruyne could be involved in Manchester City's title decider after recovering from a hamstring injury.

Fernandinho remains out with a knee problem and is doubtful for the FA Cup final, while Benjamin Mendy and Claudio Bravo are also still sidelined.

Brighton's only absentees are Davy Propper and Jose Izquierdo, who are out with respective hamstring and knee problems.


Captain Bruno is set for his final game before retiring from playing.

City will win, but it might be tight.

Liverpool have a much tougher task - not only do they have to recover from that fantastic win over Barcelona - but Wolves will take to prisoners and are a huge price at 10/1 given their exploits this season when they have taken more points of the big six than any promoted side ever.

Liverpool will hand City the title by fainling to win.