It is judgment day in the Premier League today, with either Manchester City or Liverpool lifting the title in what has been the most captivating title race of the Premier League era.
Just a solitary point separates the two sides with City travelling to the South coast to face Brighton, whilst Liverpool have a tricky obstacle as they host seventh placed Wolves.
The relegation places are already confirmed, with Huddersfield, Fulham and Cardiff set to play Championship football next season.
The race for third and fourth spot is also over, with Chelsea and Tottenham completing the Champions League spots.
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Looking forward, the 12th of May 2019 will certainly live long in the memory, not just for Man City and Liverpool fans, but for football fans in general, as we witness two English clubs battle it out in the highest points tally for the top two clubs in English league history.
However, the 12th of May is already a special date for English football fans, especially if you support Watford or Leicester.
Yes, you guessed it.
That play-off semi-final.
It was the 12th of May 2013 and the game was perfectly poised between Watford and Leicester at 2-1 to the Hornets, with the first legs result (1-0 Leicester) meaning that the game was level at 2-2 on aggregate.
Anthony Knockaert was standing over a penalty-kick that would surely seal a play-off final spot for the Foxes, what happened next was simply staggering.
Here is the clip in full:
Watford went through 3-2 on aggregate after Troy Deeney's extraordinary winning goal although there wasn't the fairytale ending that Hornets' fans were hoping for, as Crystal Palace defeated them 1-0 in the play-off final.
But with Watford a top-half Premier League side now, they can forget the woes of the final and look back to this gem on many 12th of May's to come.News Now - Sport News