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Manchester City title tracker – How can Man City win the Premier League?

Robbie Earle and Stephen Warnock recap a potentially decisive day in the Premier League title race, as Man City's win and Arsenal's loss put the league leaders three points away from the crown.

What does Manchester City need to become the first team to win three-straight Premier League titles in 14 years?

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Pep Guardiola’s Man City are four points ahead of Arsenal and now have one hand on the Premier League trophy.

Erling Haaland is rewriting the goals record book, while Kevin De Bruyne continues to ask whether the Playmaker of the Season award should be renamed for the Belgian.

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But how, and when, can Man City make the Premier League title its own? How many points do they need to gain? What are the scenarios based on their huge game against Manchester City in April?

How many points do Manchester City need to win the Premier League title?

With three games remaining, Man City need just three more points to win the Premier League title.

Arsenal can only collect 87 points on the season if it wins both of its remaining games, and Man City can still collect 94 points if it wins all of its games.

In other words, Man City need one more win to win the Premier League title and if they win at home against Chelsea this Sunday, or if Arsenal lose at Nottingham Forest on Saturday, they will be crowned champions.

When did Man City last win the Premier League?

Last year. And the year before that.

City has won four of the last five Premier League titles to run its total to eight all-time and six during the Premier League era.

Which trophies have Man City won?

Here are the list of trophies the Gunners have won in their history:

  • Premier League/First Division titles (8)
  • League Cup (8)
  • FA Cup (6)
  • FA Community Shield (6)
  • UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup (1)

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