We’re set for a dramatic final day of the Premier League season, with the title race, the top four and the final relegation place still in play this weekend.
The biggest story, however, could well be the extremely close title race we’re seeing between Manchester City and quadruple-chasing Liverpool.
Both teams finish the season at home, with Liverpool hosting Wolves while City take on an Aston Villa side managed by none other than Reds legend Steven Gerrard.
A Liverpool win and a City draw would be enough for Jurgen Klopp’s side to lift the trophy, and it could have the club on course for a stunning season if they then go on and win the Champions League final against Real Madrid next week.
Most bookies are currently offering odds of 8/1 that Liverpool can bag all four trophies, but punters may feel they need some help with betting before trying their luck with that now.
Others who backed Liverpool’s quadruple success earlier, however, could be about to win very, very big indeed.
According to reports, Betfair could face paying out a whopping £1.5 million if Liverpool get the job done, with some punters having backed the Reds in that market from as big as 500/1 earlier in the season.
As for Sky Bet, they had a Liverpool quadruple priced up at six times that price, at an eye watering 3000/1 at the start of the campaign, with two customers trying their luck with £30 stakes.
Real Madrid won’t be easy opponents in the Champions League final, with LFC notably losing to them in Kiev four years ago.
Klopp’s side have improved since then, however, with Loris Karius long gone and so many world class players coming in and strengthening the team in recent years, ensuring they picked up the Champions League with a win over Tottenham in 2019, and then the Premier League title in 2019/20.
Some will argue that Liverpool should have won more by now under Klopp, and there’s no doubt there’d be a sense of disappointment if this hugely promising season did just finish with the FA Cup and Carabao Cup as the team’s only trophies.
The standards are incredibly high, however, with City on a superb run and often dominant in home games in particular. An upset this weekend doesn’t seem likely.
But that’s all the more reason to keep your eyes peeled and ensure you don’t miss something historic, as a Liverpool quadruple would undoubtedly go down as one of the greatest achievements in football history.