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Premier League title race: Liverpool, Arsenal and Man City battle to go down to the wire

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola conceded the Premier League title is “out of our hands” after a goalless draw against Arsenal on Sunday.

Wednesday, April 3

Arsenal v Luton Town, 10.30pm (UAE)

Manchester City v Aston Villa, 11.15pm (UAE)

Thursday, April 4

Liverpool v Sheffield United, 10.30pm (UAE)

Liverpool secured top place with a 2-1 win over Brighton & Hove Albion earlier Sunday, taking the Reds two points clear of the Gunners with City in third, three points from the summit with nine games left.

Guardiola conferred Liverpool as favourites to go on and win a first Premier League title since 2020. Since then City have won three successive titles. No team in England has won four top-flight titles on the trot.

It felt a little premature. There's still 27 points up for grabs, and City and Arsenal can both leapfrog Liverpool – for 24 hours at least – if they win their games against Luton Town and Aston Villa on Wednesday, respectively.

City will likely have to be close to perfect if they are to pip Liverpool and Arsenal but they have a history of strong finishes and putting together long, winning runs. City have not tasted defeat since losing 1-0 to Aston Villa on December 6.

Guardiola can also call on recent precedent. At the same stage last season, City were five points adrift of Arsenal but managed to reel them in and then overtake them.

City have also shown they can hold their nerve and take the title race down to the wire. They beat Liverpool to the title by a single point in the 2018/19 season and again in 2021/22.

Perhaps predictably, however, Guardiola was keen to play down their previous success in title races.

"It's just winning games, that's what we have to do," he said on Tuesday. "We have not many