• Planet Sport

    Premier League last day: Pep Guardiola calls for final push from Manchester City

    Guardiola's men host Aston Villa with manager and Liverpool icon Steven Gerrard threatening to spoil City's attempts to stave off the challenge of Jurgen Klopp's quadruple-chasers. City's double digit lead at the top from earlier on in the season has been trimmed to just one point going into the final day and Guardiola is under no illusion about the size of the task facing his players. The 51-year-old former Barcelona and Bayern Munich boss has already won eight major trophies in charge at the Etihad and next season will be his seventh campaign at the club. He feels there is no risk of fatigue and is excited by the challenge of keeping City in a position to challenge for top prizes.

  • Evening Standard

    Norwich vs Tottenham: Prediction, kick off time, TV, live stream, team news, h2h results - preview today

    Tottenham need only take a point home from Norwich on Sunday to secure their place in the Champions League next season. A long, rollercoaster battle with Arsenal for fourth place will conclude with the final day of the Premier League campaign, before which Spurs hold the advantage.

  • Evening Standard

    Liverpool vs Wolves: Prediction, kick off time, TV, live stream, team news, h2h results - preview today

    Liverpool can lift the Premier League title for the second time in three years if they beat Wolves on Sunday and Manchester City fail to win at home to Aston Villa. A one-point deficit and worse goal difference means only victory for the Reds will deliver their 20th league title to go with their Carabao Cup and FA Cup crowns, ahead of the Champions League final against Real Madrid later this month. Jurgen Klopp’s side engineered a 2-1 win at Southampton in midweek to keep their hopes alive while the manager rested a number of his star players.

  • Evening Standard

    Crystal Palace vs Manchester United: Prediction, kick off time, TV, live stream, team news, h2h results - preview

    Manchester United’s difficult season finally comes to an end on Sunday with a trip to Crystal Palace, a club who have undergone the kind of rebuild they must be desperate for. Strangely, for as long as it has seemed that United have nothing to fight for, there is still something on the line. A win would ensure a place in next season’s Europa League with West Ham breathing down their necks, offering Erik Ten Hag an alternative route into the Champions League during his first season in charge.