The title may be decided with Manchester City clinching their third consecutive crown and Manchester United‘s challenge for the top four tied up, however, fans will be taking a close look at their teams as they gear up for a thrilling end to their season.
An all-Manchester FA Cup Final is the talk of the town but then attention will turn to Manchester City who travel to Istanbul where they will make a bid to land their first-ever European Cup when they take on Inter Milan. Preparations for both games will be well underway but before that, there’s the matter of the final Premier League game of the season to contend with as City take a trip to Brentford and United host Fulham at Old Trafford.
United made tough work of The Cottagers in the return fixture this season after they needed a 93rd-minute winner from Alejandro Garnacho to seal the points, while City will be looking to avenge the shock 2-1 defeat by Brentford in the reverse fixture earlier on in the campaign. Both games should be a stern test for the sides before they meet for the first time in the FA Cup Final on June 3 with a domestic double on the line for Erik ten Hag’s men and a historic treble in Pep Guardiola’s sights.
When is the final round of Premier League games taking place?
Manchester City and Manchester United will be in action this Sunday, May 28 and kick off will be at 4.30pm.
Where can I watch City and United this weekend?
The two games have not been chosen to be televised this weekend with the relegation battle between Everton, Leicester and Leeds acquiring the attention of broadcaster, Sky Sports. However, you can catch highlights of United’s game against Fulham and City’s tie against Brentford on Match of The Day from 10.25pm and you can follow our live blog on M.E.N sport which will feature all the build-up to the action and the games themselves.
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