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Liverpool have blown the Premier League top four race wide open once again. Alisson Becker kept Liverpool's Champions League qualification hopes alive as the top four race took a dramatic twist on Sunday. The champions boosted their chances earlier this week with a thrilling 4-2 win at Manchester United after Chelsea's shock home loss to Arsenal opened things up again.
Manchester City and Chelsea will go head to head in the Champions League Final after the Premier League rivals saw off Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid respectively in the semi-finals. Man City breezed through the second leg of their semi-final against PSG. With both sides chasing their first ever Champions League triumph, City headed into the return leg 2-1 up - and two goals from Riyad Mahrez secured a 2-0 win on the night, and 4-1 on aggregate, to book their spot in the final.
City have received an allocation of 6,000 tickets for the match against Chelsea in Porto