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The world is awaiting the struggle to decide the “Premier League” title tomorrow

The world is awaiting the struggle to decide the “Premier League” title tomorrow

Tomorrow, Sunday, the football world is waiting for the curtain to come to a close on the exciting conflict between Manchester City and Liverpool for the English Premier League title, “Premier League”, when the first receives the Aston Villa team, and the second Wolverhampton.

Manchester City leads the standings with 90 points, one point behind Liverpool, so its victory will guarantee him the eighth title in its history and the second in a row, while the Reds must win and wait for a gift from the current Aston Villa coach and former legend Steven Gerrard.

The English Premier League has prepared a replica of the Championship Cup, to be present at Manchester City Stadium, and another at Liverpool Stadium, in light of the holding of the last round matches at the same time and the right of each team to celebrate the championship cup among its fans after the final whistle if it is crowned with the title.

For his part, Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp hinted at the possibility of star Mohamed Salah participating even for a few minutes against Wolverhampton, after recovering from injury.

Salah is competing for the top scorer title, as he has 22 goals, compared to 21 goals for the South Korean player Tottenham, Son.

Klopp, who is looking forward to the Egyptian star being ready for the Champions League final against Real Madrid on May 28, said: “Mohamed Salah does not want to risk, there is no doubt about that, but he looks in good shape.”

Klopp touched on the help that former captain Steven Gerrard, who is in charge of Aston Villa, can provide, and said: “I’m sure everyone at the club called him, but I didn’t.

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And Klopp, who coached the Mainz and Borussia Dortmund teams in his country, added: “If I can play a match that helps Dortmund or Mainz, it will be useful, but I will not play, and Steve Gerard will not play either. Stevie will take 100 percent seriously without my call.”

“By the way, congratulations to Everton for staying in the league, as Crystal Palace was a good example that everyone plays to win, and talking about Aston Villa without the other teams that will play on Sunday, also represents a lack of respect for Wolverhampton, who will come to Liverpool and want to win.” As Aston Villa wants him.

For his part, Steven Gerrard said about facing Manchester City on Sunday in the last round: We will go there (Etihad Stadium) and we will try to make the task for Manchester City as difficult as possible.