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bet365 Football Betting Show: Premier League title race between Man City & Arsenal goes to final day

bet365's Sam Matterface and Steve Freeth provide their latest takes ahead of the final day of the 2023/24 Premier League season, with Man City and Arsenal still battling it out to be crowned champions.

Man City poised for fourth straight title

Pep Guardiola's Manchester City are on the cusp of a record fourth consecutive Premier League title win, with the Citizens knowing a victory at home to West Ham on the final day of the campaign will be enough to see them crowned champions.

Arsenal are still in with a shot of winning their first Premier League title since the Invincibles of 2004 having pushed City all the way this season, with the Gunners set to take on Everton at the Emirates to close out their season.

The Gunners are priced as 8/1 underdogs to win the Premier League ahead of a hotly-anticipated final day of Premier League action.

What next for Ange at Spurs?

After Tottenham's hopes of sealing a top four finish and qualifying for the Champions League were ended following a 2-0 defeat at home to Pep Guardiola's Man City, Spurs boss Ange Postecoglou voiced his frustrations at the mentality which he perceives to surround the club at present.

Starting the season in fine fashion despite the departure of talisman Harry Kane to Bayern Munich last summer - going 10 matches unbeaten in the Premier League at the beginning of the campaign - Spurs were unable to sustain this bright start with Unai Emery's Aston Villa emerging to snatch fourth place in the table.

Australian boss Postecoglou has been able to endear himself to the Spurs faithful having implemented an eye-catching brand of football with the North London club, but the ex-Celtic manager has not appeared overly happy with how his charges have ended the season.

Postecoglou has come in to 7/1 to be named the next manager of Man Utd as speculation surrounding Erik ten Hag's future at Old Trafford continues.

Man Utd rely on FA Cup to salvage season

Under-fire Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag cast a defiant figure when addressing the Old Trafford crowd following the Red Devils' 3-1 victory in their last home match of the Premier League season.

Despite a miserable league campaign, with Man Utd currently languishing in eighth position ahead of the final day of the season, the Red Devils still have the FA Cup final to look forward to against rivals Man City at the end of the month.

Victory over City in the FA Cup final at Wembley would go a long way towards making up for such a poor league campaign, and also aid Dutchman Ten Hag's chances of retaining his job as manager ahead of next season.

Pep Guardiola's Man City are hot favourites at 1/7 to win the FA Cup, with Ten Hag's United underdogs at 9/2.

Premier League Final Day

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