Man City seem to be running away with the title, seemingly unbeatable and pushing aside any opposition; Man Utd, Tottenham, etc. With both teams winning their last 5 games, it seems that all that meeds to happen as the season comes to its close, is for one of the two to slip up. Considering how unstoppable these teams seem to be, any points lost now surely will decide the winners of the 2019/20 Premier League.

With over £1Bn spent at Man City over the years, they have built a formidable dynasty with even world class players such as Kevin De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling seemingly replaceable with players such as Leroy Sane and Bernado Silva. Alongside a manager like Pep Guardiola and a side is built which can only inspire terror in their opposition. 

Liverpool on the other hand claim to be the opposite of Man City, instead of depending on spending enough money to win, depending on saving and good deals. Despite this they spent the most amount of money ever at the time for Alisson and Virgil Van Dijk, so maybe the clubs aren't so alike after all. Alongside these signings however, are the youth of Liverpool such as Trent Alexander Arnold and Joe Gomez finding their way into the first team and youngsters such as Andy Robertson inspiring claims for PFA's Player of the Year. 

Clearly both sides host impressive players and the fact that both are achieving near 200 points in the last 2 seasons shows their superiority in the league.