It’s here. It’s finally here.Some 274 days after first whistle blew on the opening day, a Premier League champion will finally be crowned early Monday morning.Manchester City are one game away from clinching a second successive title — but with Liverpool breathing down their neck, anything could happen.If City slip up against relegation escape act Brighton – lead by Socceroos shot stopper Mat Ryan – Liverpool have the chance to snatch gold from their grasp.Round 38Visit Match CentreVisit Match CentreVisit Match CentreVisit Match CentreTottenham Hotspur StadiumVisit Match CentreVisit Match CentreVisit Match CentreVisit Match CentreVisit Match CentreVisit Match CentreBut, a stern test in the shape of a high-flying Wolves outfit awaits for the Reds, with three points certainly not a given.With a title on the line and a Champions League spot still up for grabs, it’s all to play for on the final day of this incredible Premier League campaign.CURRENT TOP 6 STANDINGS1. Man City, 95 points +69 gd2. Liverpool, 94 points, +65 gd3. Chelsea, 71 points, +24 gd4. Tottenham, 70 pts, +28 gd5. Arsenal, 67 pts, +20 gd6. Manchester United, 66 pts, +13 gdMORE PREMIER LEAGUE NEWS REVEALED: The chain of events that would lead to PL’s first ever title play-off DOWN TO THE WIRE: Every final day scenario in pulsating PL finale ‘INFLUENCING HISTORY’: How Aussie can decide greatest ever PL raceLiverpool vs City: Who will clinch the Premier League title on the final day?Source: Getty ImagesLIVERPOOL vs WOLVESJurgen Klopp says Liverpool’s astonishing European fightback proves his side will not give up hope of winning the Premier League until Manchester City have the trophy in their hands.Klopp’s team staged arguably the greatest comeback in Champions League history on Tuesday when they thrashed Barcelona 4-0 to overturn a 3-0 semi-final first-leg deficit.With an all-English Champions League final against Tottenham set for June 2, Liverpool can pour all their energy into one last push to win their first English title since 1990.The Reds are one point behind leaders City heading into their final game of the season against Wolves at Anfield.City will retain the title if they win at Brighton but a draw or loss for Pep Guardiola’s men would open the door for Liverpool to be crowned champions if they defeat Wolves.Stream over 50 sports live & anytime on your TV or favourite device with KAYO SPORTS. The biggest Aussie sports and the best from overseas. Just $25/month. No lock-in contract. Get your 14 day free trial >Klopp says Mohamed Salah, Andrew Robertson and Jordan Henderson will feature against WolvesSource: Getty ImagesGiven Brighton’s lowly position, the odds are firmly on a City coronation, but Liverpool boss Klopp says this week’s astonishing Champions League drama showed anything can happen when the pressure mounts.“It’s been a week of big football moments. But from our point of view it could be a big football moment on the weekend — the week is not over yet,” Klopp said.“I think at the start of the week most people expected me to be sitting here and saying ‘OK, after not being in the Champions League final, it’s difficult to be champions’. Well now we are in the final and it is still difficult.”In virtually any other season, Liverpool, who have 94 points and have lost only once in the league, would have been champions by now.Having secured successive Champions League final appearances, the sting of failure will not be quite so sharp if Liverpool do not get a helping hand from Brighton this weekend.But don’t tell that to Klopp and his players.Can Liverpool cap off their impressive season with an equally-as-impressive finish?Source: AFPBRIGHTON vs MANCHESTER CITYManchester City manager Pep Guardiola wants his side to embrace the “privilege” of being in pole position to retain the Premier League title when they travel to Brighton.City go into the final day of the season one point ahead of Liverpool after a title race that has raised the bar from anything the Premier League has seen before.With victory on England’s South Coast on Monday, City will hit 98 points, two less than their record-breaking campaign last season, but arguably even more impressive having come from seven points behind in January and refusing to budge in a 13-game winning run as the finishing line approaches.“It’s a privilege,” Guardiola said on Friday.Countdown to the final day2:25“Is a dream to be here, honestly I didn’t expect months ago when we were seven points (behind) against this Liverpool to be in the position that we are now.“We have the chance to become champion if we win our game and that is what we have to do.”The scale of the achievement in holding off Jurgen Klopp’s charging Reds was amplified when Guardiola saw his old side Barcelona hammered 4-0 at Anfield as Liverpool reached a second consecutive Champions League final.City could make history by becoming the first side to ever win the English domestic treble as long as they match Liverpool’s result at home to Wolves this weekend and defeat Watford in the FA Cup final next Sunday.But despite all they have achieved this season to this point, Guardiola believes City must finish the job if they are to avoid being “destroyed” by their critics.City could make history by becoming the first side to ever win the English domestic trebleSource: Getty ImagesMORE PREMIER LEAGUE NEWS MANCHESTER CITY BOSS: Critics will ‘destroy’ us if we fail to clinch title NOT JUST GOLD ON THE LINE: What can still be decided on final day PL frenzy CAN BRIGHTON HOLD CITY, WILL REDS DOWN WOLVES? Final day statsALL FIXTURES (at 12am AEST)Tottenham vs Everton at the Tottenham Hotspur StadiumManchester United vs Cardiff at Old TraffordWatford vs West Ham at Vicarage RoadSouthampton vs Huddersfield at St. Mary’s StadiumLeicester vs Chelsea at the King Power StadiumFulham vs Newcastle at Craven CottageLiverpool vs Wolves at AnfieldCrystal Palace vs Bouremouth at Selhurst ParkBrighton vs Manchester City at Falmer StadiumBurnley vs Arsenal at Turf MoorFollow all the action in out live blog.If you can’t see the blog, CLICK HERE.