Man City look to make historical past | Arsenal dream nonetheless alive says Arteta – Premier League ultimate day

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On Super Sunday Matchday, the panel discuss the final day of the Premier League with Man City and Arsenal both hoping to claim the title.

Pep Guardiola is anticipating a nerve-shredding final-day fixture akin to Manchester City’s title-clinching 3-2 win over Aston Villa in 2022 when they host West Ham on Sunday, live on Sky Sports.

City are two points ahead of Arsenal and will be champions for an historic fourth year in a row if they beat David Moyes’ side, regardless of the Gunners’ result at home to Everton.

City go into the game as strong favourites having won their last eight in a row in the Premier League, scoring 30 goals in the process, while the Hammers have only won one of their last seven and have little to play for in Moyes’ final game as their manager.

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