How’s it going?
After Man City’s 3-0 win at Everton and Arsenal’s 3-0 defeat at home to Brighton on Sunday, Pep Guardiola’s side lead the Premier League by four points over the Gunners, who have played a game more.
City have three more to play and are currently on 85 points. Arsenal have two games left and are on 81 points.
Arsenal can now only get 87 points, so Manchester City need just three points to clinch the title – although realistically they only need two points as their goal difference is +18 better than Arsenal’s.
When can Man City take the title?
Arsenal play next, going live to Nottingham Forest on Sky Sports on Saturday for a 5.30pm kick-off.
If Arsenal lost at Nottingham Forest, Man City would be champions.
In that scenario, Arsenal could only manage 84 points by winning their last game of the season, at home against Wolves.
If Arsenal draw at Forest, Man City will only need a point to guarantee the title, or not suffer a 19-goal slam by losing their last three to beat Arsenal to Wolves.
If Arsenal win, it will be in the hands of Man City to claim the title at the Etihad with a win against Chelsea on Sunday at 4pm, a match which you can also watch live on Sky Sports.
If Man City lose to Chelsea, Brighton away on Wednesday 24 May will be their next chance to cross the line for their final game of the Premier League season at Brentford.
What must Arsenal do to win the title?
Arsenal will now have to beat Nottingham Forest and Wolves in their last two games and hope Man City take no more than one point from their last three games.
Two Man City draws would realistically see Man City finish above Arsenal given the goal difference between the sides.
Man City’s remaining matches
May 17: RealMadrid (H) – Champions League, kick-off at 8 p.m
21st of May: Chelsea (H) – Premier League, kick-off 4pm, live on Sky Sports
May 24: Brighton (A) – Premier League, kick-off 8pm, live on Sky Sports
the 28th of May: Brentford (A) – Premier League kick-off 4.30pm
June 3: Manchester United (N) – FA Cup Final kick off at 3pm
Arsenal’s remaining matches
May 20th: Nottingham Forest (A) – Premier League, kick-off 5.30pm, live Sky Sports
the 28th of May: Wolves (H) – Premier League, kick off 4.30pm
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