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It looks set to be a Premier League title race for the ages as we head into the final seven games of the season. 

Arsenal, Liverpool and reigning champions Manchester City are all involved in the battle for top spot ahead of the run-in.

Premier League title race run-in: Remaining seven fixtures, key clashes and predicted finishes for Arsenal, Liverpool and Man City


Liverpool lost their lead at the top of the table after a thrilling draw against Man UnitedCredit: Getty

It has been an ongoing fight all season between these three teams and they have broken away from the rest to go head-to-head-to-head for the trophy. 

With only one point separating them, there are many twists and turns still to come before one gets their hands on some silverware. 

Here, talkSPORT.com takes a look at the title race run-in…

The top of the Premier League changes hands this weekend, with Arsenal taking Liverpool's place


The top of the Premier League changes hands this weekend, with Arsenal taking Liverpool’s place

Arsenal – 1st 

Arsenal currently sit top of the Premier League on goal difference after Liverpool were held to a 2-2 draw with Manchester United.


The Gunners haven’t lost this year and have been in fine form, beating title rivals Liverpool in February and going from strength to strength. 

Mikel Arteta has his side flying and they’ll be aiming to go one step further than last season by beating Man City to the crown. 

The experience of their collapse last year will haunt them but their 0-0 draw at the Etihad proved the current team are made of sterner stuff.

The Gunners ran out 3-0 winners away at Brighton to remain unbeaten in the Premier League in 2024 with ten victories from 11 matches.

Despite their dominance, Arsenal still arguably have the toughest run-in on paper, having face Tottenham and Man United away from home in their final four games. 

In between all of these crucial games, the Gunners also face Bayern in the Champions League quarter-finals meaning injuries and fatigue could play a huge part. 

Predicted finish – 3rd 

Havertz was on the score sheet in Arsenal's 3-0 win at the Amex Stadium


Havertz was on the score sheet in Arsenal’s 3-0 win at the Amex StadiumCredit: Getty

Arsenal’s remaining fixtures

  • Arsenal vs Aston Villa – April 13
  • Wolves vs Arsenal – April 20
  • Tottenham vs Arsenal – April 27
  • Arsenal vs Bournemouth – May 4
  • Man United vs Arsenal – May 11
  • Arsenal vs Everton – May 19

Liverpool – 2nd 

Liverpool sit in second with the title now out of their hands heading into the final seven games.

However, Jurgen Klopp is leaving the Reds at the end of the season and remains desperate to end on a high. 

Anfield is going to be rocking for every game and it’s unlikely that they will lose any of their remaining home games. 

Their Old Trafford woes show Liverpool remain rocky on the road and they do still have several tough away games themselves.

Injuries have plagued Liverpool all season though and any more issues could prove very tough to deal with. 

They will also be competing to win the Europa League, with that possibly impacting what is a tough run-in for Klopp’s side.

Predicted finish – 2nd

Liverpool are aiming to win the league in Klopp's final year


Liverpool are aiming to win the league in Klopp’s final yearCredit: Getty

Liverpool’s remaining fixtures

  • Liverpool vs Crystal Palace – April 14
  • Fulham vs Liverpool – April 20
  • Everton vs Liverpool – April 24
  • West Ham vs Liverpool – April 27
  • Liverpool vs Tottenham – May 4
  • Aston Villa vs Liverpool – May 11
  • Liverpool vs Wolves – May 19

Manchester City – 3rd 

City are used to this type of title race. 

Pep Guardiola’s side usually come out on top in a pressured situation and after winning a historic treble last season, they clearly know how to step up. 

That experience of winning trophies will prove to be crucial once again for City and despite being third, they will back themselves to leapfrog their rivals. 

Although they failed to beat Arsenal, their final few games will please them, only playing one more ‘Big Six’ side in Spurs until the end of the season. 

City will be going for Champions League and FA Cup glory too with a quarter-final tie against Real Madrid and a semi-final against Chelsea coming up next. 

However, they have managed to deal with multiple competitions at once before and there’s no doubt they are capable of doing it again. 

Predicted finish – 1st 

Man City's treble win proves they can deal with the pressure at this stage


Man City’s treble win proves they can deal with the pressure at this stageCredit: Getty

Man City’s remaining fixtures

  • Tottenham vs Man City – TBD
    Man City vs Luton – April 13
  • Brighton vs Man City – April 25
  • Nottingham Forest vs Man City – April 28
  • Man City vs Wolves – May 4
  • Fulham vs Man City – May 11
  • Man City vs West Ham – May 19

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