Manchester City and Liverpool drew their direct duel in week 31 with a score of 2-2, which kept the Premier League standings as if nothing had happened. Guardiola's side came very close to winning it, however, Klopp's side's solidity prevented the Citizens from winning and increasing their lead to 4 points in the table.
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In the end, and despite the draw, Manchester City is one point above Liverpool with 74 points, while the Reds have 73 points. The English league title depends directly on City, as if they win all their matches, there will be no way for the Anfield side to snatch the championship, however, there are still 7 matches to be played to know the champion.
Both teams also continue to fight in other competitions, such as the Champions League and the FA Cup. The Citizens beat Atletico Madrid 1-0 in the first leg of the European competition, while Liverpool beat Benfica away 3-1. On the other hand, in the FA Cup, both teams will face each other again and only one of them will be able to advance to the final, will it be a harbinger of what will happen in the Premier League?
These will be each team's opponents for the remainder of the Premier League.
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Matchweek 33 - Brighton and Hove Albion
Matchweek 34 - Watford
Matchweek 35 - Leeds United
Matchweek 36 - Newcastle
Matchweek 37 - West Ham
Matchweek 38 - Aston Villa
Pending match - Wolverhampton Wanderers
Matchweek 32 - Manchester United
Matchweek 33 - Everton
Matchweek 34 - Newcastle
Matchweek 35 - Tottenham Hotspur
Matchweek 36 - Aston Villa
Matchweek 37 - Southampton
Matchweek 38 - Wolverhampton Wanderers
Of their remaining 7 opponents, three are the same but Liverpool will face three teams that are in the top 10 of the table, while Manchester City will face only two. At first glance, the remaining schedule looks more comfortable for Guardiola's team, however, in the Premier League, nothing is set in stone.