Sunday is the day that Manchester City will finally get their hands on the Premier League title, even though it has pretty much been theirs since early 2018.
They take on Huddersfield Town at the Etihad Stadium, with the Terriers in danger of the drop with a terrible run of games remaining, starting with a trip to City this Sunday.
Manchester City will be looking to win all of their remaining games to get past that 100-point mark and really reinforce their dominance that they have had in the Premier League this season.
Huddersfield will be looking to pull off a miracle on Sunday as they need a win or a draw to drag them away from Southampton, who sit in 18th.
It will be a party atmosphere at the Etihad on Sunday, and Pep Guardiola will have to make sure that City are at their best to avoid any upsets.
Here’s how we reckon City will line up against Huddersfield.
Will definitely start against Huddersfield; he’s had a great season.
Has had a great season for City. He’s been great going forward and will be looking to carry his good form into the World Cup.
Another player who has had a fantastic season. Otamendi has developed into a good, ball-playing centre-back who will start on Sunday.
Has done well since arriving in January. Laporte is slowly adjusting to the Premier League’s high paced football and will start on Sunday.
A breakthrough season for the make-shift full-back, who has done very well. He will look to continue his good form on Sunday.
Kevin De Bruyne
A world-class player. De Bruyne has had a superb season and will look to get in on the action on Sunday with a goal or an assist.
Has had a great season, breaks up the play and looks to start an attack quickly. Will start on Sunday in the middle of midfield three.
Will start on the left side of the midfield three.
One of City’s best players this season, Sterling will look to add to his goal tally on Sunday.
Had a superb season and like Sterling, he will look to get on the scoresheet.
Sane has had a fantastic season and he will look to finish the season off well and in good form to carry into the World Cup.