Every Liverpool Fixture Remaining Compared to Arsenal and Man City Ahead of Title Race Finale

As the Premier League approaches its final stretch with only 10 games remaining, the competition for the title intensifies. Liverpool, Manchester City, and Arsenal are set to encounter a series of crucial matches in the upcoming weeks.

We are approaching the crucial phase of the season as the international break nears its end, shifting the focus back to the Premier League.

With only 10 games left, Liverpool, Arsenal, and Manchester City are tightly packed, separated by just one point, setting the stage for a thrilling title race finale.

Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal currently lead, albeit only on goal difference, with the possibility of the situation changing after the upcoming weekend fixture.

Following Liverpool’s match against Brighton, attention turns to City hosting Arsenal at the Etihad Stadium, a clash that could reshuffle the standings and intensify the competition.

The remaining weeks promise a series of significant matches for all three teams, reminiscent of previous seasons where the title race extended to the final day.

Liverpool’s schedule includes challenging encounters against Manchester United, Everton, West Ham, Tottenham, and Aston Villa, hoping to regain full strength with the return of injured players before facing Wolves in the season finale.

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City, on the other hand, encounter Villa, Brighton, and Fulham, concluding with a home fixture against West Ham, boasting a relatively favourable run compared to their rivals.

In Arsenal’s upcoming schedule, they face tough matchups against Brighton, Villa, Chelsea, Tottenham, and Manchester United. Everton visits North London on the final day—what are the odds of Liverpool’s Merseyside rival helping the Reds?

Remaining Premier League fixtures


Brighton (H) – March 31

Sheffield United (H) – April 4

Manchester United (A) – April 7

Crystal Palace (H) – April 14

Fulham (A) – April 21

Everton (A) – April 24

West Ham (A) – April 27

Tottenham (H) – May 4

Aston Villa (A) – May 11

Wolves (H) – May 19

Manchester City

Arsenal (H) – March 31

Aston Villa (H) – April 3

Crystal Palace (A) – April 6

Luton (H) – April 13

Brighton (A) – April 25

Nottingham Forest (A) – April 28

Wolves (H) – May 4

Fulham (A) – May 11

West Ham (H) – May 19

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Man City (A) – March 31

Luton (H) – April 3

Brighton (A) – April 6

Aston Villa (H) – April 14

Wolves (A) – April 20

Chelsea (H) – April 23

Tottenham (A) – April 28

Bournemouth (A) – May 4

Manchester United (A) – May 11

Everton (H) – May 19

In the intense battle for the Premier League title, the margin for error is exceedingly narrow, with each match holding the potential to sway the destination of the coveted crown.

Liverpool are acutely aware of the imperative to avoid dropping points at any stage, particularly given the formidable fixture list awaiting Manchester City.

Sunday’s clash between City and Arsenal presents an opportunity for a draw, which would be the optimal outcome for Liverpool as it could significantly influence the title race.

However, should this scenario materialise, Liverpool understand that the real challenge lies ahead, as the competition remains fierce and unpredictable.

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