Man City vs Liverpool
Man City are poised to become Premier League champions on Sunday at Brighton.
The equation is simple. If City beat Brighton, the title is theirs.
But, when considering recent events in world football, could Liverpool end up snatching the league instead?
Liverpool must beat Wolves at Anfield to stand a chance at overtaking City on the final day of the campaign.
Pep Guardiola & Man City in 2019-20
Prior to the Brighton game, Pep Guardiola has issued a worrying prediction for the rest of the Premier League.
Guardiola believes that his Man City side will be even better next year.
Looking ahead to the 2019-20 season, the Spanish boss issued the following statement on how his players have improved every season so far:
We will be better. Next season we will be stronger. I am sure.
At the end, we don’t change too much our way we want to play, so that is why everyone is more comfortable in what we want to do.
In the Premier League we were so consistent. In the Champions League we were a little more vulnerable, for the quality of the opponents and the tension of the desire to do well but I think that is the process.
Guardiola’s message before Brighton
In a boost for Man City, Kevin De Bruyne could return to action against the Seagulls.
The Belgian, whose season has been blighted by three injuries, has recovered from a hamstring problem.
Kevin de Bruyne could return from injury for Manchester City’s title decider at Brighton on Sunday.
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) May 10, 2019
Guardiola also remains 100% focused on Brighton.
In his presser before the game, Guardiola revealed how he’s been drilling his players before Sunday’s clash.