The Premier Leagues Golden Boot andGolden Glove are both up for grabs onSunday, while Kevin De Bruyne is chasingan all-time mark.
The Premier League season concludes on Sunday, with Liverpool completing their victory lap at Newcastle United.
A dominant campaign from Jurgen Klopp’s men means the destination of the big prize has long been decided, although there are still the matters of Champions League qualification and relegation to address.
The remaining top-four berths will go to two of Chelsea, Leicester City and Manchester United – with the latter two playing each other at the King Power Stadium in Sunday’s standout clash.
At the other end of the table, two of Aston Villa, Watford and Bournemouth will be joining Norwich City in the Championship next season.
However, as we examine below, there are individual awards and achievements still up for grabs.
Vardy leads the way in Golden Boot race
A goal from Jamie Vardy against United could represent a huge step towards Europe’s elite competition for Leicester City, while it will almost certainly mean the Golden Boot for the former England striker.
Vardy is on 23 goals, in a landmark campaign that saw him being up 100 in the Premier League. Of the 29 players to have reached a century in the competition, only Ian Wright (28 years, 286 days) made his debut at an older age than Vardy (27 years, 232).
The main competition comes from Danny Ings, whose 21 goal makes him the third Southampton player to score 20 or more in a Premier League season, following Matt Le Tissier (25) in 1993-94 and James Beattie (23) in 2002-03.
Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang is next in line on 20. The Gabon international has also enjoyed a landmark campaign, becoming the sixth fastest player to 50 Premier League goals in history as he did so on his 79th top-flight outing for Arsenal.
Liverpool superstar Mohamed Salahand Raheem Sterling are the outsiders on 19 apiece. If Sterling nets against Norwich, he will become the first Englishman to score 20 times in a top-division season for Manchester City since Brian Kidd – now a member of Pep Guardiola’s backroom staff – did so in 1976-77.
De Bryune hunting Henry’s assist record
One man in particular will be keen on Sterling adding to his haul – provided it comes from one of his passes!
Kevin De Bruyne has 19 assists in the Premier League this season, placing him one shy of Thierry Henry’s competition record.
Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil also assisted 19 times during 2015-16.
De Bruyne has been directly involved in 30 league goals this term, scoring 11 alongside his creative exploits. This is the most for a central midfield since Frank Lampard scored 22 and supplied 14 assists for Chelsea in 2009-10.
The efforts of Sterling and De Bruyne have gone a long way to placing City close to an impressive collective feat. If Guardiola’s side score three times against Norwich, they will reach 100 goals for a third consecutive Premier League season.
Ederson and Pope battle it out for Golden Glove
Another City player looking after number one on Sunday is their number one. Ederson is on 15 clean sheets, putting him level in the Golden Glove standings with Burnley’s Nick Pope.
The Clarets end another excellent season at home to Brighton and Hove Albion and if Ederson and Pope cannot be separated at full-time the award will be shared.
Both men have a similar save percentage, with Pope stopping 70.7 per cent of efforts sent his way compared to Ederson’s 69.6, but the Englishman has been far busier.
Pope has made 118 saves from 164 shots faced, compared to Ederson’s 64 from 92.
Although impressive, neither man has been flawless, with Ederson committing three errors leading to goals and Pope culpable for two.