EPL to take long summer break as season nears end

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Sergio Aguero and Leroy Sane celebrate Manchester City victory in a past match PHOTO: file

The English premier league fans Will a get a long summer break as the top European league is coming to an end this weekend.

The premier league title race of course will be decided on the final day for the first time in three seasons as Manchester City and Jurgen Klopp’s side will contest the destiny of the crown.

Most eyes will be on the Etihad and Anfield arenas. Reigning champions, City will retain the title with a win over former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrad’s charges but a defeat would allow Jürgen Klopp’s side overtakes the citizens if they beat Wolves.

No doubt Pep will be sleepless as he prepare his boys for the final game of the season as well as Klopp who still has an eye in the champions league final in Paris.

Another big battle is the top four race as the Londoners (Tottenham and Arsenal) will fight for the fourth place on Sunday.

Tottenham have the upper hand over Arsenal for the spot after the gunners suffer a shock defeat against Newcastle on Monday.

A draw against Norwich will take  Tottenham back to the Champions league for the first time in the last three season while the gunners must win against Everton and hope Norwich do a favor by smashing spurs to secure the top European competition.

The final day has an interesting line-up of matches as Manchester united could end up in conference league next season if they lose against Crystal palace and west ham secure three points against Brighton.

Meanwhile after a dramatic comeback of 3-2 against Crystal palace on Thursday Everton are now safe over the relegation battle but that is not the end of the story as serious business will take part on Sunday.

Burnley and Leeds united are the remaining sides that will fight for the relegation battle as all tie with 35 points after 37 matches.

Burnley host the in-form side Newcastle while Leeds face the bees, Brentford.

Finally, the golden boot race is getting hot as Mohammed Salah leads the race with 22 goals one above Tottenham’s Son while arguably the Greatest Of all Time Ronaldo comes in third with 18 goals in his bag.

As the campaign come to an end are you satisfied with your team’s performance this season?

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