With a three-horse race in the English Premier League this season, title-winning experiences goes a long way at this stage of the campaign.

Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City have that experience in abundance and they will take some stopping to be denied what would be a groundbreaking fourth consecutive English crown.

City Have Been There And Got The T-Shirt

Winning all of the last three Premier League titles, this Manchester City squad is packed with players who know what it takes to get over the line. The Cityzens are -150 with Paddy Power to win the Premier League title this season and it’s little wonder they are favorites to finish top of the pile. Arsenal, who are +275 with sports betting tips to lift the trophy this term, ran City the closest last year. Despite holding an eight-point advantage at one stage, the Gunners failed in their bid to land a first Premier League title since the 2003/04 season.

Arsenal have responded well and are in the mix for the title this term but once again Guardiola’s City stand in the way of the Gunners and a long-awaited English crown. The Cityzens find themselves in touching distance of becoming the first club in the English top-flight soccer to win the title for four consecutive years. The likes of Huddersfield Town, Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United have also won three on the bounce but a fourth successive title is yet to be achieved. A City side that managed to win a historic treble last season, would go down as arguably the best side in English soccer history were they to win the title this term.

Liverpool Determined To Stay In The Mix

Having come on leaps and bounds from a disappointing campaign last season, Liverpool are determined to make sure they are in the title conversation come the final day. After a significant wobble with a shock 1-0 home defeat to Crystal Palace, covered by the BBC in mid-April, manager Jürgen Klopp saw his side squander their slender advantage at the time. Any dropped points at this stage of the season will be significant but the Reds did respond well to win 3-1 at Fulham in their following league game.

Covered by The Guardian, this season will be Klopp’s last at Liverpool before call time on what has been a tremendous spell with the Merseyside outfit. Joining the club back in 2015, Klopp helped the club win their first Premier League title in the 2019/20 season, along with a Champions League trophy the previous campaign. Klopp and Guardiola have had some tremendous battles over the years and it would take something special from the Reds to deny City the title and send their beloved manager off on a high.

The title race in England this season has been one of the most intriguing in Premier League history and is one that could go down to the final day. City know what it takes to get over the line in these tight situations and that experience might be the defining factor once the final whistle is blown.
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