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What we hated this Premier League season

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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Leicester, Tottenham, Arsenal or Man City: Who has the most to lose?

It could be the most pivotal day yet of the Premier League title race. On Sunday, the top four face each other as Arsenal host Leicester and Manchester City take on Tottenham.

It's all to play for, but:

Who has the most to lose?

Leaders Leicester will kick off with a five-point lead and so are assured to still be top on Sunday night, whether they win, lose or draw.

Arsenal are one of only two teams to beat Claudio Ranieri's side in the league this season but have won only three of their last eight games.

Man City will look to bounce back from last Saturday's humiliating defeat to Leicester and win at home for just the second time in 2016.

Tottenham are looking for their fifth straight league win and, like Leicester, have lost just once away from home so far in 2015-16.

Please watch the FC TV discussion and then vote. Plus, let us know what you think by commenting below or by using the #FCdebate hashtag on Twitter.

UPDATE: The poll has closed and more than 50 percent of voters believe Arsenal have the most to lose on Sunday. 

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