Since matches on the final day of the season are played simultaneously, the Premier League will have a replica trophy on standby at Anfield in case Juergen Klopp's side win the title.
Man City dominated proceedings in the second-half, however the Foxes nearly went ahead against the run of play after James Maddison came close with a curling effort.
Arsenal should have wrapped up the 1988-89 title long before the season finale but a loss to Derby County and draw against Wimbledon allowed Liverpool to leapfrog it before its final-day match at Anfield.
They will head to Brighton for the final game one point clear of Liverpool, who host Wolves, after the remarkable battle in which the two clubs have pushed each other all the way. We help you discover publicly available material and act as a search engine.
A win for City would guarantee them the title but if they were to slip up at all, a Liverpool win will see Klopp's side sneak above them at the final hurdle.
That might sound easy enough, given Brighton theoretically have "nothing left to play for" after Cardiff's relegation was confirmed.
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The route for any potential Liverpool Football Club victory parade through the city centre should the team finish top of the Premier League or win the UEFA Champions League has been revealed.
Meanwhile, Brighton have not even won a match since they beat Crystal Palace 2-1 in early March - a run of nine matches in which they only scored two goals.
The real trophy, meanwhile, has been on display at the Etihad Stadium all season and will once again be hoisted aloft by City captain Vincent Kompany on Sunday if City do the business on the south coast.
This one technically counts but Chelsea were three points behind United with a much inferior goal difference so this was all but over.
However, the remarkable footage aside, it also shows what we can only assume to be a City fan leaving the stand at literally the worst moment imaginable.
Unai Emery's side therefore likely need to win the Europa League - they face Valencia in the second leg of the semi-final on Thursday, holding a 3-1 lead in the tie - if they are to return to the Champions League.
But Mourinho said: "When you speak about Guardiola, you are speaking about not just of one of the best managers of now, you are speaking about one of the best managers ever".