Preparations are underway for the crowning of the Premier League champions on the final day of the season.

The Premier League trophy is reportedly set to be made available at both the Etihad Stadium and Anfield on the final day of the season.

The move is in light of the chances that both Liverpool and Manchester City have in the Premier League title race.

While City have a slight edge over Liverpool ahead of the final round of matches, Jurgen Klopp’s side stand an equal chance of being crowned the English champions.

Pep Guardiola’s side currently top the standings with 90 points, one above second-placed Liverpool with just a match to go.

Who will host the Premier League trophy?

Traditionally, the Premier League trophy is taken to the match venue where the champions-in-waiting are playing.

But as things stand, both City and Liverpool could win the league depending on the outcomes of their final matches of the season.

According to the Telegraph, the genuine trophy will be at Manchester City while a fake one will be sent at Liverpool.

It is understood the decision to send the real trophy to Etihad is because the league leaders only need to beat Aston Villa to be crowned 2021/22 Premier League champions.

On their part, Liverpool will need to beat Wolves in their own match to bolster their chances of winning the domestic crown.