Premier League clincher, revenge and a Champions League marker

For the second time in under a month, Manchester City and Chelsea face each other – this time in the Premier League.

Last month, Chelsea stunned City in the semifinals of the FA Cup while the two teams will meet for a third time in yet another competition, the Champions League final, at the end of the month.

City qualified for its first Champions League final when it thrashed Paris Saint-Germain 4-1 on aggregate while Chelsea defeated Real Madrid 3-1.

A victory for City on Sunday (12.30am) will guarantee it the Premier League title with three matches to spare as that would take it to 83 points.

Second-placed Manchester United is on 67 points from 33 matches. Even if it would win all its remaining games, it would only reach 82 points.

Chelsea, meanwhile, is in the driver’s seat to secure fourth-place and with it, a berth in next season’s Champions League – which it can also get by winning the trophy in Istanbul.

The Blues are on 61 points, three ahead of West Ham, which in turn, has a two-point buffer on Tottenham Hotspur.

Liverpool is seventh on 54 points but with a game in hand on the rest.

At the other end of the table, West Brom could be relegated on Monday morning when it visits Arsenal (2.30am).

The Baggies have 26 points from 34 matches but even a victory against the Gunners may not be enough if Newcastle and Fulham win their games.

Fulham (27 points) is another team fighting for survival while Sheffield United (17) is already relegated.

FIXTURES (Malaysian time)

Leicester vs Newcastle (3am)
Leeds vs Tottenham (7.30pm)
Sheffield United vs Crystal Palace (10pm)

Manchester City vs Chelsea (12.30am)
Liverpool vs Southampton (3.15am)
Wolves vs Brighton (7pm)
Aston Villa vs Manchester United (9.05pm)
West Ham vs Everton (11.30pm)

Arsenal vs West Brom (2am)

Fulham vs Burnley (3am)