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Premier league Remaining Fixtures: Liverpool, Man City Final Games as Race For Top Thrills

     PREMIER LEAGUE fixtures are testing Liverpool and Man City but what are their upcoming schedules? News Room has all the details on who Liverpool and Man City will play.

     Premier League fixtures are coming thick and fast as Liverpool and Man City approach the final matches of a thrilling battle to become 2018/19 Premier League winners.

      While Man City are defending the Premier League title they won in style in the 2017/18 Premier League season, Liverpool have not finished first in the top flight since Kenny Dalglish led them to glory in 1990.

      Both sides are unbeaten in the Premier League since January, when Man City beat Liverpool 2-1 in a tense tussle at the City of Manchester Stadium before suffering a 2-1 defeat at Newcastle later in the month. 

     Managers Jürgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola are seeing the resilience and depth of their squads tested by campaigns targeting the Champions League, FA Cup and Carabao Cup trophies as well as the Premier League.

      Man City won the Carabao Cup against Chelsea and will take on Watford in the FA Cup Final, but were knocked out of the Champions League by Tottenham and are second in the Premier League following a 2-0 win for Liverpool at Cardiff.
      Liverpool, who lost to Wolves in the FA Cup and Chelsea in the Carabao Cup, have a two-point lead at the top of the Premier League and a tie with Barcelona in the Champions League semi-finals.

      Reds midfielder Jordan Henderson said: "We want to keep fighting right until the end to keep winning games.

      "We’ve got to keep believing, keep our confidence going and win as many games as we can".

     Bernardo Silva described the remaining Man City Premier League fixtures as "massive."

      The Portugal midfielder said: “If we want to win the title we need to win all of our games.

      “We only depend on ourselves but Liverpool depend on us. We want to try to keep it that way."

 Premier premier League fixtures: Liverpool fixtures 

Friday, April 26

 Liverpool vs Huddersfield, 3pm

  Saturday, May 4

  Newcastle vs Liverpool, 7.45pm

  Sunday, May 12

  Liverpool vs Wolves, 3pm.
  Premier League fixtures: Man City fixtures

   Wednesday, April 24

    Man Utd vs Man City, 8pm

    Sunday, April 28

    Burnley vs Man City, 2.05pm

    Monday, May 6

    Man City vs Leicester, 8pm 

     Sunday, May 12

      Brighton vs Man City, 3pm

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