A win for the Citizens against Liverpool legend Steven Gerrad will hand Pep Guardiola the title at home. However, a loss or a draw at Etihad accompanied by a win for Liverpool against Wolverhampton will head the to Anfield.
After being held hostage by Burnley to a 1-1 draw at home on Thursday night, the legend made his point clear on who motivates him to beat Pep Guardiola on that day.
Steven Gerrad has insisted saying his supporters who have offered unweaving support to them since the beginning of the season deserves a better perfomance against Pep Guardiola.
It is therefore safe to say that Aston Villa supporters could be the force that drives former Liverpool captain towards beating Manchester City to hand his former employer the premier league trophy.
Gerrard told BBC Sport: “Our supporters deserve it [a good performance against Manchester City on Sunday]. We’re 14th.
“The fans have been incredible, following us near and far. The least we can do is try to make them proud.
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