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Forty four years and two days since their last title, the blue half of Manchester is finally ready to celebrate being the champions of English football again. It's a day thousands of City fans thought they'd never see in their lifetimes. It's a day thousands of City fans daren't even think about celebrating yet - not with work still to do. After slashing United's eight-point lead to nothing in the closing weeks of the campaign, Mancini's side only need to match their rivals' result at Sunderland to secure the championship for the first time since 1968.
Rangers fans will be hoping for anything other than a Bolton win at Stoke to make their first ever trip to the Etihad Stadium a more relaxed one. No wins and just two points from their last 12 away games - coupled with City's unbeaten home record - makes a QPR win seem a distinctly unlikely occurrence. Or does it? With Mark Hughes and his coaching staff having been sacked by City in an 'unethical way' according to Sir Alex Ferguson, there's a revenge factor in play. With Joey Barton, Nedum Onuoha and Shaun Wright-Phillips in the QPR squad there's a strong ex-player factor too.
• Man City have won their final Premier League game of the season only three times in 14 attempts.
• Mark Hughes has never lost as a manager away at Manchester City in the PL (W1 D4), only Glenn Hoddle has been boss in as many PL matches there without losing (W4 D1).