Manchester City can all but wrap up consecutive Premier League titles with a win away at West Ham.
City are three points above Liverpool, but with a far superior goal difference. A win here would mean Liverpool would be relying upon improbable, if not impossible, permutations on the last day of the season if they are to win their second title in three seasons.
West Ham have plenty to play for with a Europa League spot on the line, as well as farewelling captain and club legend Mark Noble in his last home game for the Hammers.
Victory here would see the East London side jump to sixth and with a game in hand on Manchester United.
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