The return of top European league action resumes with a mega clash pitting Manchester City and Liverpool in the EFL Cup on Thursday night.

After 9 months of scintillating football action, the English Premier League finally comes to a close this Sunday at 6pm Kenyan time.

We have seen loads of breathtaking goals, young upcoming talent, the usual suspects topping goal charts and the usual sacking of managers.

After 1,032 goals thus far we are now all set for the final matchday of the 2021/22 season to see who will be crowned champions.

That is not the only race going down to the wire as also the Golden Boot Award is yet to be decided.

Mohamed Salah has 22 goals and is leading the race ahead of Son Heung-Min who has bagged 21 goals this season.

Cristiano Ronaldo is behind these two with 18 goals and will need to outdo himself if he is to snatch the award at the last minute.

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Manchester City are top with 90 points and look primed to retain the title they won last season, but have a home match against Aston Villa to play.

Pep Guardiola’s side are unbeaten in 11 league games and haven’t lost to Villa in a decade.

They are expected to bag all 3 points to secure the title but Liverpool will be hoping that Villa manager Steven Gerrard can do his former club a favor.

The reds are hot on City’s heels with 89 points and host 8th placed Wolves on the last day of the season.

Wolves are without a win in their last 5 matches and are not expected to leave Anfield with anything so it all depends on what City will do.

Chelsea secured 3rd place after a 1-1 midweek draw against Leicester City and they host an already relegated Watford on Sunday.

The last Champions League spot is still up for grabs and it’s between two London rivals Tottenham and Arsenal.

Spurs are currently 4th with 68 points, two more than Arsenal who have lost their last two games in a row.

Antonio Conte’s side have it easy for them with a game away at relegated Norwich and are expected to win.

Despite Everton securing top flight status next season after an emphatic 3-2 comeback win against Crystal Palace, they will surely give Arsenal a test.

A draw could be the most likely outcome in this game which would see Arsenal miss out on UCL football yet again.

Speaking of relegation, Leeds United and Burnley are fighting tooth and nail to ensure they can avoid the axe at the end of Sunday’s action.

Both sides have 35 points but Leeds occupy the final relegation spot due to an inferior goal difference.

Jesse Marsch’s side are away at Brentford in a match that the Bees are expected to win or a draw being the best outcome for the visitors.

While Burnley will host Newcastle in a match that they are favourites to win.

West Ham need to win away at Brighton if they are to grab the last of the Europa League spots ahead of Manchester United.

United will also have to win away at Palace to avoid dropping into the Europa Conference League spot.

The red devils have only won once in their last 5 games and have not had it easy against Palace in recent games, hence a draw could be a likely outcome.

In the other game of the day, Leicester will host a Southampton side who have lost three consecutive games.

The Foxes are unbeaten in three and are expected to come out on top.

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