With the destiny of the 2018/19 Premier League Trophy going down to the final day, we look at the seven previous times the title was decided at the death.
In some ways, the 1995/96 title race can draw comparisons to this season's.
And the way it went should give hope to 2018/19 leaders Manchester City.
In fact, United overturned an even bigger deficit of 12 points to Newcastle United to hold the upper hand going into the final round of fixtures in that campaign.
Man Utd had a two-point gap and travelled to Middlesbrough knowing a draw would likely be enough to crown them champions due to their superior goal difference.
Newcastle needed a home win against Tottenham Hotspur and had to hope the Red Devils suffered defeat, or a draw if they could beat Spurs by a big enough scoreline.
But Newcastle's dreams were dashed.
Part 1: 1994/95 Blackburn edge Man Utd
Part 3: 1998/99 Cole chip rescues Man Utd
Part 4: 2007/08 Giggs and Ronaldo seal 10th title
Part 5: 2009/10 Eight-goal Chelsea end United reign
Part 6: 2011/12 Last-gasp Aguero saves Man City
Part 7: 2013/14 Man City pip Liverpool with perfect finish