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Premier League Title Race: Manchester City vs Arsenal

The 2022-2023 Premier League season has been a thrilling one, with Manchester City and Arsenal fighting for the title. After their matches on May 14th, Manchester City is on top of the league with 84 points from 35 games, while Arsenal is close behind with 81 points from 36 games.

Manchester City's Remaining Fixtures

Manchester City has three games left to play in the season. Their next match is against Chelsea at home, which will be their title winning match when they win it. They will then face Brighton and Hove Albion away from home before playing their final game of the season against Brentford, also away from home. It will be vital for City to get the title in the upcoming game against Chelsea. If they manage to beat Real Madrid on Wednesday, they still got the FA Cup and Champions League games. FA Cup final tickets and Champions League final tickets are already available.

Arsenal's Remaining Fixtures

Arsenal has two games left to play in the season. Their next match is against Nottingham away from home, which is expected to be a tricky fixture. They will then play their final game of the season at home against Wolves. The upcoming fixtures for both teams are crucial in determining the eventual winner of the Premier League. Manchester City will need to win one of their remaining three games to secure the title, while Arsenal will need to win both of their remaining matches and hope that Manchester City drops points in all their games which contains at least 1 loss. The battle for the Premier League title has been a thrilling one, with both Manchester City and Arsenal putting in strong performances throughout the season. As the season nears its conclusion, it remains to be seen who will come out on top. Will Manchester City continue their dominance and win another title, or will Arsenal pull off a shock upset and claim their first Premier League crown since 2004? Only time will tell.