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Tickets for Liverpool's final home game vs Wolves are being sold for nearly £6,000

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Liverpool and Manchester City are locked in a title race that will surely go down to the wire. 

The Reds are two points ahead at the top, but Pep Guardiola's City have a game in hand and could soon leapfrog back into pole position. 

With just four weeks of the season left, every point from here on out is crucial.

Arguably, it's Liverpool who have the easier remaining fixtures. Jurgen Klopp's side visit relegation-threatened Cardiff at the weekend, before hosting already relegated Huddersfield. 

Their penultimate game comes away to Newcastle before hosting Wolves on the final day of the season. 

Man City though, have a few tougher tests in comparison. They host Tottenham on Saturday before a huge mid-week Manchester derby at Old Trafford. 

A visit to Burnley follows before a home game against Leicester - and Guardiola's team end the season away to Brighton on the final day. 

Should City will all of those games, they will be champions no matter what Liverpool do. But, despite the fact the title is out of their hands, there is genuine excitement around Anfield this year. 

So much so, that tickets for the final day are currently being sold at ridiculous prices.

Live Football Tickets, a matchday seat re-selling website, has tickets listed for as much as £5,950. Those apparently are the 'best seats' - low down, on the halfway line. 

Nearly £6,000 is the most expensive price, but even the cheapest tickets on the site are over 10 times face value. 

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One ticket in the 'Liverpool section' with a 'restricted view' is being listed for £724.99. 

What makes these prices even more ridiculous is that Liverpool might not even win the title. 

Should both teams win all their fixtures before the final day, the trophy will still go to City if they beat Brighton. 

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If that happens, there will be a lot of disappointed Liverpool fans at Anfield - but hopefully, none of them will be paying for these incredibly overpriced tickets. 

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