Southampton earned a vital win over relegation-threatened rival Swansea in midweek and goes into the last game with a three point leverage and favourable goal difference of nine.
"People are talking about me doing something for this club, but we have to thank players like Joe Hart, Pablo Zabaleta, Joleon Lescott as well".
Bob Paisley's 1978-79 Liverpool side would have ended up with 98 if three points, rather than two, for a win had been employed then.
There is a fitting Old Trafford send-off in store for Michael Carrick, who will captain United on his final appearance before hanging up his boots.
The Portuguese said: "It was a very special moment".
It would also ensure we finish with at least a 19-point lead over second-placed Manchester United, which would set a new record for the biggest winning margin in Premier League history. Earlier, Jamie Vardy returned to haunt Arsene Wenger on his farewell tour as Leicester cruised past 10-man Arsenal 3-1.
"We were able to break the win record, the goals and the points".
Sergio Agüero (knee) remains the only blemish on Guardiola's otherwise injury-free squad and is likely to field a strong team for his side's final game of the season.
"It's perfect, I think the club deserves that and the fans deserve this season", Toure said. We've put together four categories where we think players have really shone this season regardless of their performance on the pitch.
"They have worked from day one to the last one, training with us, being in the locker room, working".
Huddersfield goalkeeper Jonas Lossl made a brilliant fingertip save in the 83rd minute to deny Andres Christensen that all but seal his club's safety. First league title. Two goals against Newcastle.
There's nothing like a good bit of adversity to bring a team together.
For some, Pogba's haircuts alone are enough to warrant an award, but his style from the head down isn't too bad either.
"We were only in the bottom three once all season".
Arsenal are unbeaten in their last 12 final Premier League games (W10 D2), winning the last six in a row.
"Not too much but it depends on the players". Meanwhile, Everton has also been linked, a team that are no strangers to signing former-Barnsley defenders - just ask John Stones and Mason Holgate.
With representatives from the Guinness book of records in attendance, Ederson sent a drop-kick 75.35 metres to set a new world record.
This comes as a surprise as he could take a bigger pay cheque elsewhere and play at a lower standard of football but that would question the true professionalism of the man that has been shown throughout his career (apart from the whole birthday cake incident).