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Summary

  1. Man City win title with five games to spare
  2. Title sealed as Man Utd lose to West Brom
  3. Man City's third title in seven seasons
  4. Is their dominance a concern?
  5. Is second place and a potential FA Cup win enough for Man Utd?
  6. Wolves promoted from Championship

Live Reporting

By Andrew Mullen

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    That's all for today folks.

    Don't forget to head back our way this evening for coverage of West Ham's home game against Stoke in the Premier League (20:00 BST).

    That's 15th placed West Ham, who are six points clear of the relegation zone, and 19th place Stoke, who are five points adrift of safety.

    Because I am nice, here is a handy list of the main stories doing the rounds.

    And that's goodbye from me.

    Man City win Premier League as Man Utd lose to West Brom

    Manchester City are Premier League champions: How Pep Guardiola did it

    Pep Guardiola: The Man City manager described as football's Che Guevara

    'Sensational', 'sublime' - how Man City wowed pundits

    Garth Crooks' Team of the Week: Kompany, De Bruyne, Salah, Hazard, Zaha, Giroud

    Ryan Sessegnon: Fulham winger named Championship Player of the Season

  2. Football

    Brighton v Tottenham (Tuesday 19:45 BST)

    Brighton manager Chris Hughton: "We have to have a group of players who look forward to every challenge. It's in our own hands and that's the best way going into the last few matches.

    "You can't afford to go into any game with a defeatist attitude and we want to be a group of players that look forward to every game.

    "We know that over the season are home form has been strong. Nobody knows how many points will you keep you in the league at the moment."

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    Burnley v Leicester (Saturday 15:00 BST)

    Brighton sit 13th on 35 points, seven points above the relegation...surely that's enough to secure Premier League football next season?

  4. 'It's about being as solid as we can'

    Brighton v Tottenham (Tuesday 19:45 BST)

    Brighton manager Chris Hughton: "We'll need to play well tomorrow - we're at home and we know they play with a lot of possession. They've also had an outstanding year.

    "Generally if we've lost matches it's been by fine margins. We have to make sure that Saturday hasn't set us back. For us it's about being as solid as we can.

    "Tottenham Hotspur can still finish second - I'd imagine that's high on their list of priorities. They have a big cup game this weekend but they'll be used to the idea of rotation.

    "Over this season we've handled ourselves very well - this club have worked hard to get into this division - this run of games comes with that - we need to recognise where we are in this league, we've been in a healthy position for a long time this season."

    Chris Hughton
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    SMS Message: Too many teams played negative football against City. United included. A change is expected and necessary next season. That said, Mourinho needs to realise you cannot just walk the ball through the middle into the goal line against teams who defend deep and in numbers. from Anon
    Anon
  6. 'City deserve the title'

    Brighton v Tottenham (Tuesday 19:45 BST)

    Mauricio Pochettino

    Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino: "I want to congratulate Pep Guardiola and all the coaching staff and players. I think they deserve the title and they are the best team in the Premier League and that is why I want to congratulate them.

    "They were the best of course and in football in a whole season when you are the most consistent team you are capable to win and I think they were the best team. To win the Premier League you need to be the best."

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    SMS Message: Are people actually voting for this City team to be the greatest the Premier League has seen? The United 07/08 team would demolish this City team. Nevertheless United’s treble winners and Arsenal’s Invincibles. from Kieran Hughes
    Kieran Hughes
    SMS Message: Arsenal’s Invincibles finished the season on 90 points, failing to win 12 of their matches. Manchester City’s Centurions will finish the season on 102 points, failing to win only five matches. The great Invincibles would finish 12 points adrift of this City side that is indisputably the greatest ever seen in the Premier League. It’s undeniable. from Chris
    Chris
  8. Vote: Who is the best Premier League champion ever?

    Man City

    Manchester City won the title on Sunday as Manchester United's 1-0 home defeat by West Brom confirmed their rivals as champions.

    But are they the best Premier League winners ever?

    They currently lead the way with 27% of the vote ahead of Arsenal's 2003/04 Invincibles (24%).

    Click here to vote.

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    Dr. Paul Skinback: Man U will not challenge for the title with Mourinho there. His game is outdated and too easy to defend against for lesser sides. Unless he goes I can't see them finishing any higher than fourth next season with others continually improving.

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    SMS Message: Fantastic to see all the congrats messages for Man City. A fair number of excuses for how City have won it by spending money. We are not the only club to spend money and you still have to blend the talent into a team. Not only have Man City gelled but the football has been superbly entertaining. When we scraped promotion from the old third division, I never dreamed we'd get to where we are today. Congrats Man City, you've made many fans proud and you've entertained 1000s of non fans along the journey. from True blue Chris P, Worcester
    True blue Chris P, Worcester
  11. Post update

    Mark Lawrenson

    BBC football expert

    Things are pretty rosy for West Ham at the moment after their point at Chelsea gave them a bit of breathing space above the bottom three.

    The Potters need to start winning games but they just don't have enough firepower in their side and they are not good enough defensively to buy themselves time to nick a goal.

    Prediction: 2-0

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    Sree: Not sure why people always complain about money spend by City or anyone for that matter FFP are in place, you spend if you can and you settle for mid table if you can’t. No one can argue with the exceptional football they played all along. Highly deserved

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    West Ham United v Stoke City (20:00 BST)

    Steve Wilson

    Match of the Day commentator

    "Q: Which current Premier League clubs can boast that they have enjoyed ten consecutive seasons in the top flight?

    "A: Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal, Spurs, Everton ………. and Stoke.

    "That decade might be about to come to an end with Stoke six points off safety with only five games to play. There have been some positives in their performances under Paul Lambert - but only one win.

    "The game is barely any less crucial for West Ham who have five games remaining after Stoke - but all of them against teams in the top nine. The Hammers will probably just survive - but it's been a long and troubled campaign which will fill nobody which much optimism for the immediate future."

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    SMS Message: City won the league in the new year, Mourinho’s negative football has cost him the league. Time for a change at United. from Waseem, Leeds
    Waseem, Leeds
    SMS Message: Congrats City on a job well done. Remember you still have five games to go so do not switch off! You have relegation or survival issues partially in your hands. from Dennis
    Dennis
    SMS Message: City 2017/18 best football on display in Premier League era but not a patch still on United 98/99 or Arsenal's Invincibles. England is no Germany or Spain, teams will raise their level and expect City's level to drop slightly next season. Cue Chelsea, Man City themselves and Leicester. from Amogh
    Amogh
  15. 'No reason why we can't go unbeaten'

    West Ham United v Stoke City (20:00 BST)

    David Moyes

    West Ham manager David Moyes:"It was a great point at Chelsea. It's not enough yet but the last two games have given us a lift.

    "The ideal situation is to go unbeaten between now and the end of the season, there is no reason why we can't do that."

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    SMS Message: City were the best team to come to Turf Moor this season and played some sublime football, however the Clarets pinned them back to a 1:1 draw despite not possessing world class players and an endless supply of cash. Just shows that hard work, belief and tenacity counts for a lot especially when playing against teams that have too many petulant, egocentric players who give up if things don’t go their way. from Terry
    Terry
  17. 'We’ve got to win three games'

    West Ham United v Stoke City (20:00 BST)

    Stoke boss Paul Lambert was has been speaking to 5live Breakfast this morning ahead of tonight’s crucial game against West Ham...

    On how he copes with the pressure: "I find it pretty easy, I don’t find it too stressful…we just concentrate on our own team and own performance. We just need a bit of lady luck – if that changes we’ve got a great chance (of survival)."

    On if Stoke must pick up points against West Ham tonight: “Yeah. I don’t think we can afford to lose it. I still think we’ve got to win three games. There will still be a lot of twists and turns. We’re going into the game confident.

    "I know it’s a difficult game – it’s a massive game for them as well. If we win, then it pulls them right back in it."

    On does he believe Stoke can survive: “Yeah yeah, absolutely."

    On how important Peter Crouch will be: “Crouchy’s been brilliant for me, he really has. Obviously he’s 37 years of age, and he can’t go on forever. Around about the place, he’s been fantastic, and he stills plays a part which is testament to himself and his own career. He’s a big part of us hopefully staying up."

    Paul Lambert
  18. Team News

    West Ham United v Stoke City (20:00 BST)

    West Ham manager David Moyes could be boosted by the return from injury of Andy Carroll, James Collins and Manuel Lanzini.

    However, Sam Byram, Pedro Obiang and Winston Reid are all still on the sidelines.

    Stoke will again be without forward Maxim Choupo-Moting, who is not yet ready to return from a groin injury.

    Manager Paul Lambert has no further injury concerns to contend with for the trip to the London Stadium.

    Andy Carroll
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    Ben Clarkson: City won't crumble next season. They already have players ready to step in for Silva, Kompany etc. as they wind down. Liverpool look ready to spend big and chase the title, if United don't make changes they risk slipping well behind their two biggest rivals

  20. Pep Guardiola: The Man City manager described as football's Che Guevara

    Pep Guardiola

    Pep Guardiola is the son of a bricklayer who has been described as the Che Guevara of football - but who exactly is the Manchester City manager?

    As he comes towards the end of his second season in England the 47-year-old remains something of an enigma in the country in which he now lives.

    I have been following his life and career for more than 20 years, talking during that period to him and the key people who have helped shape the person he has become.

    Working on an update of my Guardiola biography Another Way Of Winning, I caught up with them to discover whether he remains the same - or whether England has changed him.

    Read the full story here.