Arsenal remains at the top of the EPL table.

Arsenal and Man City are neck-and-neck for the EPL title

This is surely going to come down to the last day of the English Premier League season, isn't it? While it was a three-team battle for the EPL title just about a week ago, it's now looking like Arsenal and Manchester City are the two squads left. 

Over the weekend, both teams looked downright impressive, with Arsenal taking down Tottenham, while MCFC was able to take care of business going up against Nottingham Forest. So, which side will end up lifting the trophy? 

Man City is favored to win the EPL for the fourth year in a row

While they might currently be in second place in the table, City holds the top betting odds to win it all this year - it would mark their fourth consecutive year doing so. You know who would absolutely love seeing that happen? John Cena. 

In case you missed it, Cena filmed a video with Erling Haaland to announce City's upcoming preseason tour this summer. In amazing fashion, the WWE legend had Haaland's Signable on full display for fans to see. We were FIRED up! 

Cena must have really enjoyed seeing Haaland score on Sunday in the win over Nottingham Forest, as it sealed the three points for the reigning champs. Next up for Manchester City is a showdown on May 4 against Wolves, a game they should have no issues with. 

Arsenal posted a memorable win in the North London Derby

As for Arsenal, goodness, the final North London Derby of the season was downright incredible. Arsenal jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first half, highlighted by a sensational goal from Bukayo Saka. 

It was over, right? Wrong. Tottenham ended up battling back and made things 3-2 in the closing minutes of the match. They then tried to find the equalizer, but the Arsenal defense was able to close things out. 

With the win, the Gunners are in first place in the EPL table with 80 points. City is right behind them with 79, but the Manchester side also has a game in hand. Because of this, things really are going to come down to the wire, as AFC will hope that Man City drops some points. 

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