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When can the 2020/21 Premier League title be decided?

2 May 2021
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Find out when the 2020/21 champions can be crowned as Man City lead the way ahead of Man Utd

Manchester City are one win away from being confirmed as Premier League champions for the fifth time. 

The title race

Pos Team Pl GD Pts
1 MCI 34 +47 80
2 MUN 33 +29 67
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Following their 2-0 victory at Crystal Palace on Saturday, Man City moved 13 points clear of Manchester United, who have five matches left and 15 points to play for.

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Man Utd were due to host Liverpool on Sunday, knowing they had to avoid defeat to keep the title race alive, but the match was postponed.

The rearrangement of the fixture will be announced in due course. But City can now win the title on Saturday 8 May, when they host Chelsea.

Victory would secure the PL Trophy for Pep Guardiola's side, but the visiting Blues knocked City out of the FA Cup last month and are unbeaten in seven away league matches since Thomas Tuchel's appointment as head coach.

Man Utd's next Premier League match is at Aston Villa on Sunday 9 May, and they must better Man City's result to stay in the hunt.

If City lose to Chelsea, United would need to avoid defeat themselves at Villa Park to keep the race alive.

A draw for the leaders at the Etihad Stadium would give the Red Devils a must-win match in the Midlands.

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