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On the podcast today; Manchester City beat Spurs to ensure the Premier League title is in their hands – they are on the verge of a fourth successive title. Will backup goalkeeper Stefan Ortega be remembered as the man who got them there, saving one-on-one against a loaded Son Heung-min?

Elsewhere, Aston Villa finish fourth and will play in the Champions League next season – a fantastic achievement that was cemented after Spurs lost, but a dramatic late point at home to Liverpool also helped.

Plus: Kieran McKenna or Thomas Frank at Manchester United, twin coverage for his brother in Romania and your questions answered.

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