Pep Guardiola says Manchester City know what awaits them at the Amex.

City will retain their Premier League title if they beat the Seagulls on Sunday.

A repeat of their scratchy 1-0 success when the sides met in the FA Cup semi-final in March would suffice.

City went back to the top of the table with a 1-0 win over Leicester on Monday, leaving Albion as their last hurdle to clear.

Guardiola said he had no need to talk to his players about the final game of the season after the foxes had been seen off.

He said: “One more game. It was nice to win the last game at home.

“I don’t have to say anything. The players are mature and they know.

“We have one more game left and it will be tough in Brighton.

“Brighton, we saw, after being in the Premier League next season, went to the Emirates against Arsenal and they took a result.

“We played a few weeks ago against them in the semi-finals of the FA Cup and we know how tough it will be “They are strong, they are set-pieces and I know they are going to play with pride.

“But it is in our hands. We were seven points behind.

“We are still there, we win 13 games in a row.”

Liverpool must beat seventh-placed Wolves at Anfield and hope Albion do them a favour if they are to grab the big prize.

Guardiola said: “Liverpool play without pressure because they know it is not in their hands.

“It is easy to play in these types of games. We have the pressure because we can lose because it is in our hands.

“But we deserve to be in that opposition, and we will try to right.

“One more left, one game, and we will try.”