While Manchester City will be looking forward to win the title back-to-back and win their sixth premier league title, Liverpool will be looking forward to break their 28th years Premier League title drought and claim their 19th title.
Both teams have remained focused in their last five matches, showing a character that depicts that they are both interested in winning the title.
With just two matches left for both sides, a drop in point to any one of them could mean so much to the other team.
This is the second time in the premier league history that two teams will finish 90+. The last time two teams finished 90 and above was in 1970(71) when Arsenal finished with 94 points to win the tile while Leeds who were runners-up had 91 points.
However, it is going to be difficult at this point for Manchester City to lose the title going by the quality of manager whom they have. Pep is really a man who understands how to handle this kind of situation.
Liverpool gave the title away to City, the only team they actually lost to this season as at time of writing this report.
The Reds were seven points ahead of Manchester City before losing their only match to City. Eventually the Reds went ahead to record several draws that saw them drop points leading to City closing the gap.
Unless some serious technical things go wrong, I see both sides winning their last two matches with Manchester City eventually winning the title.