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Man City and Liverpool could meet in one-off playoff match for the final Champions League spot

Date Posted,April 30, 2017

Manchester City and Liverpool are just four games away from a possible one-off playoff game to determine who takes the final Champions League spot.

The sides are currently placed fourth and third respectively in the Premier league table, level on points and goal difference.

The Reds currently have five more goals which would see them finish about Pep Guardiola’s side, but City have the easier run-in in the final few weeks and will fancy themselves to make up that deficit.

And if they end up in a similar situation at the end of the season but in fourth and fifth they will face each other in a golf-style one-off playoff game.

Manchester City’s Gabriel Jesus scores their second goal at Boro (Photo: Action Images via Reuters)
Aguero and Jesus celebrate grabbing a point at Boro on Sunday (Photo: Getty)
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