Here’s The One Game That Might Hand Title To Liverpool

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History could repeat itself if Manchester City is not wary when they visit Crystal Palace on Sunday, that’s according to former Liverpool midfielder Don Hutchison.

Hutchison thinks that the Selhurst Park visit could be the champions' toughest remaining game.

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Manchester City are two points behind Premier League leaders Liverpool with a game in hand, but loads of fans believe their fixtures are more difficult.

Liverpool only have to play Chelsea and Wolves from the top half of the table at home, City, on the other hand, have to play Tottenham at home, Manchester United away, and Leicester at home.

Hutchison believes it is the Palace game that could be the one that hands the title to Liverpool.

Man City's trip to Crystal Palace could be a potential banana skin for them, says Don Hutchison.

“I've got two or three games that could hurt Manchester City but I don't think Crystal Palace is a walkover,” he told Premier League Productions.

“I don't think they are going to walk into Selhurst Park and get an easy ride. It might be tough for them.

“I don't think Burnley away or Leicester at home are easy either, and obviously Manchester United away.

“Hopefully though for the neutral it would be great to see it go down to the final day of the season – it would be great drama.”

Brighton striker and former Crystal Palace man Glenn Murray agreed with Hutchison about the trip to Selhurst Park.

“Once Selhurst gets on its feet it is a tough place for anybody to play at,” he added.

Glenn Murray agreed that Crystal Palace will be tough for Man City.

“They scored three goals in the away game to City and beat them so they will take heart from that.”

“I think that they are pretty safe in the league too so the pressure is off.”

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A win over Palace would move City back to the top of the table ahead of Liverpool's game at home to Chelsea later on Sunday.

This article was most recently revised and updated 4 years ago

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