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By Laura Savvas

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  1. Post update

    Our time together has come to an end, I'm afraid.

    Don't forget to head back over to the BBC Sport app/website later on for the build-up to Man City v Leicester.

    Thanks for joining me!

  2. Leicester stats

    Man City v Leicester (20:00 BST)

    Leicester City

    • The Foxes have earned 16 points under Brendan Rodgers since he was appointed at the end of February - only Liverpool and Manchester City have won more in that time prior to the weekend.
    • Leicester have scored in a league-high 17 away league matches, with the exception being December's 1-0 defeat at Crystal Palace.
    • Prior to the weekend, no side had conceded more goals in the opening 15 minutes of their Premier League matches than the 12 let in by Leicester.
    • Rodgers is winless in all five competitive away matches as a manager against Manchester City (D2, L3).
    • Jamie Vardy has scored 10 goals in nine league appearances since Claude Puel was sacked.
    • Vardy has scored an unrivalled 31 goals against established top-six opponents since his Premier League debut in 2014-15.
    • Youri Tielemans has contributed to seven goals in his last nine league appearances, scoring three and setting up four.
    Jamie Vardy
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    Liam: Wondering if @NUFC are going to offer a blank cheque book to Rafa this summer or sell up so someone else can? Also, does anyone still use cheque books?

    Kwong Tse: It's bank holiday Monday in the UK but I just hope we can bank on Leicester City to come away from the Etihad Stadium unscathed. A draw will make many Liverpool supporters around the world very happy!

  4. Man City stats

    Man City v Leicester (20:00 BST)

    Manchester City

    • City have earned 12 successive league wins, scoring 27 goals and conceding just three. It is the longest winning streak in the Premier League this season.
    • They have won 17 of their 18 home league matches in 2018-19, only dropping points in December's 3-2 defeat to Crystal Palace.
    • The reigning champions have scored a league-high 56 home goals and not failed to score in any of their 18 top-flight matches at the Etihad.
    • Pep Guardiola's side are one goal short of scoring 100 at home in all competitions for the first time in a season.
    • Manchester City have won eight of their past 10 home league games in May, drawing the other two and scoring 29 goals in total.
    • Sergio Aguero has scored 15 home league goals this season, one shy of his best return set in 2011-12.
    Manchester City team
  5. Meet the Burnley fan running to every Premier League away game this season

    Three thousand and ninety miles covered, 5.6 million steps taken and 15 pairs of trainers worn out.

    Little more than 48 hours have passed since Burnley fan Scott Cunliffe completed his challenge of running to all 19 of their away league matches this season, yet he already has an idea for his next challenge...

    Running to the Qatar World Cup in 2022.

    "England have got to get there first, though," he says.

    For his charity, RunAway Challenge, Cunliffe has run for 735 hours across 100 days, covering the distance of 118 marathons, setting off each time from Burnley's Turf Moor ground.

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    Video caption: Why is this football fan RUNNING to every away game?
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    SMS Message: Prediction 2-2 draw tonight with both goals for Vardy, his pace will be key! from Patrick, Moira
    Patrick, Moira
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    David E: A Chelsea fan, but I’m more worried that such a promising season for Liverpool will end as a disaster this week. Barca will knock them out of the UCL and City will win the league

    Joe Schmidt: Who thinks Leicester have nothing to play for? This is a cup final for Leicester. Beat Man City and Europa League is as good as assured.

  8. Lawro's prediction

    Man City v Leicester (20:00 BST)

    I have been at Manchester City's past three games and they have been able to step things up in the second half if needed. I am sure they will do that again if they have to.

    Prediction: 2-0

    Man City team
  9. Views

    Ex-Liverpool star Luis Suarez will return to Anfield tomorrow night. He's posted the view from his plane window on his Instagram Story...

    Luis Suarez
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    Jasbir Singh: Leicester for the win 2-0 tonight, Vardy to score, moves to Liverpool in summer market. Hopes!

    Steve in Milan: Liverpool going out of the CL and not winning the Prem will make my summer.

  11. Man City v Leicester head-to-head

    Man City v Leicester (20:00 BST)

    • Manchester City are yet to beat Leicester in normal time this season; they lost December's reverse fixture 2-1 and only progressed from their Carabao Cup quarter-final tie after a penalty shootout.
    • Leicester are looking to complete the top-flight double over Manchester City for the first time since 1986-87.
    • There have been 28 goals scored in the past seven meetings at the Etihad Stadium - an average of four per game.
  12. What would need to happen for a Man City v Liverpool play-off?

    Race to the title

    Premier League table

    Manchester City and Liverpool have been locked in an epic Premier League title battle - but what happens if they cannot be separated after 38 games?

    We would need a one-off title play-off at a neutral venue to decide the champions.

    It was unlikely enough before Liverpool's 3-2 win at Newcastle and even less feasible now - but still possible. So we have looked at what would need to happen.

    Check out the possibilities here.

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    SMS Message: Another plus for Leicester, they win tonight and Sunday, and LFC beat wolves on Sunday, chances are they get 7th and Europa league! from Matt, Liverpool fan
    Matt, Liverpool fan
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    Peter Mccarter: There are a few people saying if City lose then Liverpool are on for the title! I would watch that because Wolves at home isn’t a banker anymore!

  15. Could Rodgers be the man who indirectly helps Liverpool towards claiming their first Premier League title?

    Man City v Leicester (20:00 BST)

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer

    Manchester City will be wary. Leicester have been re-invigorated under Rodgers, as they proved with their demolition of Arsenal. And, in Jamie Vardy they have an in-form striker with the pace and threat that has a nasty habit of troubling the best sides.

    City's comfort - and they still must have raised an eyebrow in "can't they just go away?" exasperation when Origi struck so late - is that their fate is in their own hands.

    They know that two wins - at home to Leicester and away to Brighton - will see them retain the Premier League. It is a simple, and yet complicated, equation.

    City are on a run of 12 successive victories without any sign of blemish or weakness. Liverpool will also know their final game at Anfield against Wolves, who have been a real thorn in the sides of the top six this season, poses dangers of its own.

    The Reds, however, have fulfilled their part of the bargain - as they have done all season.

    The separation of these two superb teams will now come at the season's climax - as we should have suspected all along.

    More from Phil here.

    Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp
  16. Post update

    Ouch...

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    SMS Message: YNWA IS inspiring - trouble is You'll Never Win Anything Trent from Anon
    Anon
  18. 'I'll always be a Celtic fan' - Rodgers

    Man City v Leicester (20:00 BST)

    Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers says "with my heart, I'd always be" at Celtic despite quitting the Scottish champions earlier this season.

    Rodgers guided his boyhood club to seven trophies over his two-and-a-half-years until his exit in February.

    Celtic clinched their eighth Scottish Premiership title on Saturday under Neil Lennon, who has been interim manager since Rodgers' departure.

    "The times that we had there were amazing," he told Leicester City TV.

    More here.

    Brendan Rodgers
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    Sami: Mo Salah to miss Barcelona game just slims the chances of Liverpool to move forward in championship this year. You cannot score 4 Goals with a new team especially against a team like Barcelona who has learned from their last year mistake.

    Ricology: Just name a more eloquent sports speaker in a second language. #Klopp is pleasant both ON/OFF the pitch

    Roderick Bruce: Great analysis by Trent Alexander Arnold. Only Liverpool have the self belief to convince themselves that they dominated Barcelona in their 3-0 drubbing.