63% of Liverpool fans believe that Aston Villa can take points off Manchester City on the final day of the Premier League

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Liverpool need to beat Wolves on the final day of the season and then the rest is out of our hands.

We all know the permutations, Manchester City need to lose or draw in order for our victory to mean that we can be handed the Premier League title.

Just to add more drama into the day, it’s against Steven Gerrard’s Aston Villa who will be hoping that his team (which includes Danny Ings and Philippe Coutinho) can hand the Reds the one trophy he couldn’t win.

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It’s as poetic as it is unlikely but why not believe in the improbable, if Jurgen Klopp has taught us anything – it’s not to doubt that these things can happen.

It’s all pointless if we don’t win at Anfield but we posed the question: ‘How do we see the City vs. Villa game going on the final day?’ and the results are in.

6,177 people voted and 37.1% voted for a Manchester City victory, 14.5% went for an Aston Villa win and 48.5% sided with a draw.

There’s your answer then, as long as we win – the league is being won this weekend!

You can view the final results of our poll via @empireofthekop on Twitter:

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  1. As a Villa fan I know that we will be giving it our best shot, but the two day turn around is a worry .
    On a personal note I would like to see Liverpool winning the league.

  2. Villa have about as much chance of pinching a point as I would have in a bout against Tyson Fury. Pity – but that’s the simple truth.

  3. 100% of them don’t even seem to think they’ve got a game themselves, the arrogance is astounding

  4. On paper Manchester City should win every time they take the field and are favourites to do so given their oil money and lack of FFP accountability.
    Fortunately football is played on grass.
    12 times this season they have lost/drawn games.
    Why is it so unlikely that Sunday may not be the 13th occasion?
    Extra pressure whether they admit to it or not and the ex-Liverpool contingent at Villa who will be keen to help might make a difference.

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