Can Manchester City secure their first title in 44 years? Ten key stats for this weekend's action

Roberto Mancini's side can ensure their first ever Premier League trophy with a win at home to QPR, while Arsene Wenger is set to reach a significant milestone at Arsenal
We're embarking on the end of another whirlwind Premier League campaign, but with one game remaining, it is still all to play for at both the top and the bottom end of the table.

Manchester City require a win against QPR in order to secure their first Premier League title, while Manchester United, who travel to Sunderland, will be hoping that Roberto Mancini's men slip up at the Etihad Stadium, which would allow them to retain their status as champions if they secure a victory or a draw at the Stadium of Light.

At the bottom of the table, one relegation place is still to be decided as Bolton travel to Stoke City knowing that only a win will keep them in the Premier League, while Owen Coyle's side will also be desperate for QPR to fail to get any points against the league leaders.

Places for the Champions League are still up for grabs too. Arsenal, who currently sit in third, travel to West Brom, while fourth-placed Tottenham host Fulham.

Newcastle are also in with a chance of grabbing the last automatic Champions League place but face a tough trip to Everton.

So for the final time this term, here are’s 10 key stats ahead of Sunday's Premier League action.

Manchester City

44 – Manchester City are aiming to pick up their first league title in 44 years.

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  Manchester United

8 - Manchester United have won on the last day of the season in eight of their last nine campaigns.

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5 - Blackburn Rovers have not found the net in their last five matches at Stamford Bridge.

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12 - Demba Ba has not scored in all 12 Premier League games in which he and Papiss Cisse have started together.

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Aston Villa

0 - Aston Villa are yet to score from a corner in the Premier League this season.

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Stoke City

3 - Stoke City have lost their final game in all three of their Premier League campaigns.

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72 - Stewart Downing has failed to score in the Premier League from 72 shots since his arrival at Liverpool.

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0 - Fulham are the only side in the Premier League not to have had a player sent off this season.

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West Brom

600 - This will be Arsene Wenger’s 600th Premier League match as Arsenal boss.

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13 - Wolves have failed to record a win in their last 13 Premier League matches.

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