Breathtaking battle: Brighton v Man City An away win, and Manchester City are champions. Michael Cox and Alan Thompson preview the soccer tip sites… Brighton v Manchester City Sunday 15:00, Sky Sports Main Event Match Odds: Brighton 20.00, Man City 1.18, The Draw 9.40. 37 games down, one lớn go. Liverpool will push Manchester City all the way, and are odds-on to take advantage if City slip up here. But ultimately, a victory for City away at Brighton will be good enough for them lớn retain the Premier League for the first time. Can Brighton do Liverpool a favour? Brighton's form in recent months has been somewhat troubling, although they were surprisingly impressive last weekend in a 1-1 draw at Arsenal, perhaps playing without pressure after Crystal Palace's win over Cardiff meant that Chris Hughton's side were mathematically safe. Brighton won't seek lớn outplay Manchester City, but they are capable of sitting deep and frustrating them. You can refer to the soccer tip today share with us! Hughton is unlikely to make many changes from the side that could easily have defeated Arsenal. Mat Ryan made some good saves in that game, and Lewis Dunk and Shane Duffy - Brighton's second top-scorer behind Glenn Murray - defended the box well. Expect a few blocks from that pairing here. Right-back Bruno will be playing his final game for the club and might be thankful he won't be facing players as quick as Leroy Sane any more, while Bernardo offers speed down the left flank. Knockaert may return In midfield, Dale Stephens will sit in front of the defence, with Yves Bissouma springing forward sporadically but probably spending more time coping with Bernardo Silva, while Pascal Gross will be tucked into an inside-right position in the midfield trio, and might find David Silva positioning himself in pockets of space behind him. Out wide, it wouldn't be a surprise lớn see Alireza Jahanbakhsh drop out after a quiet display at the Emirates, where he also conceded an early penalty. Anthony Knockaert would come in on the right flank, while Solly March would continue on the left. Upfront, Murray has led the line well this season but Florin Andone might be the better option against a City side likely lớn dominate possession.