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Manchester City are currently in prime position to win the Premier League this season after beating Leicester City 1-0 on Monday.

The win means that City are back on top of the table and a win vs Brighton next week would mean that Pep Guardiola’s men will have successfully defended their title despite being under pressure from Liverpool throughout the whole season.

But if City do manage to drop points and on the other hand, if Liverpool manage to beat Wolves then it will be the Anfield outfit who will be handed the trophy – their first ever Premier League title.

So now that title will be decided only on the final matchday this has caused a fair bit of dilemma for the EPL authorities.

Usually, the Premier League trophy is always kept inside the stadium where the team which is most likely to win the title is playing.

But in case there is a twist of fate and another team wins it then the Premier League trophy is usually helicoptered to the other stadium.

This though will not be possible this weekend since there is a 270-mile gap between Brighton and Anfield.

So a helicopter drop of the title is automatically ruled out.

And in order to avoid any problem the Premier League authorities have decided to keep two sets of trophies and medals just to avoid any problems as well as delays.

This though is not the first time that the authorities have chosen to do such a thing since back in 2012 when Man City and Man United were separated by goal difference, the Premier League used the same methods.

One set of medals and trophy was kept at the Etihad where Man City were playing against QPR while the other set was at the Stadium of Light where Man United were up against Sunderland.

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