HERE we are, preparing for the last game of one of the most amazing seasons in Premier League history, with the title yet to be decided – and mouth-watering Champions and Europa League finals to come.

You can’t really split Liverpool and Tottenham’s remarkable comebacks which are the two best I can remember at that level.

Obviously Liverpool were at home but were up against Barcelona and the best player in the world in Lionel Messi.

For Spurs to come back the way they did, having lost at home and then gone 2-0 down in Amsterdam, was also totally unbelievable. It will be a fantastic final and a true showcase of how good the game is in this country.

I defy anybody didn’t shout at the TV when Lucas Moura scored his and Tottenham’s third, match-winning goal against Ajax, deep into injury.

Even the pundits were dancing and shouting their heads off!

Like most viewers, I was worried Glenn Hoddle, a legend at Tottenham, might have another heart attack.

To see Mr Pochettino on his hands and knees crying uncontrollably shows just how much it meant to see his team do what no-one thought they could.

I wonder if there were any Liverpool supporters who put a bet on their team to win after they lost 3-0 in the Nou Camp.

Apparently they could have got odds as high as 100-1 and even 50-1 on the afternoon of the game.

The Liverpool comeback was better than anyone can really remember at that level.

I think the manager and team would be the first to admit that the crowd at Anfield was like having a 12th man on the pitch.

Hearing them sing before a game always gave me goose bumps and Jurgen Klopp rightly gave credit to the supporters afterwards.

Whilst he has been successful all around the world, he would be first to admit that, wherever he goes in future, he would love to take that crowd with him.

No doubt they will be in full voice tomorrow, as will Chelsea and Arsenal fans after their games which means a second all-English European final.

Not until the last ball is kicked at Anfield, where Liverpool host Wolves, or the Amex stadium, where Manchester City take on Brighton, will we know this year’s Premier League champions.

With only two points separating them, Liverpool will finish second if both teams win, incredibly despite losing only one game.

Although the bottom two have been known for quite a while, it was only after the penultimate round of games that Cardiff lost their fight, joining Huddersfield and Fulham in the Championship next season. There have been similarly close battles in the lower leagues and, incidentally, figures have just come out showing that the average crowds for the three other divisions have been the highest for 60 years with the average over 11,000.

One of the biggest crowds of all was at Sunderland on Boxing Day, when more than 46,000 turned up to the Stadium of Light to watch their League One game against Bradford City.

  •  WELL done to our local legend Franny Benali for reaching his £1m target.

Whether he gets a knighthood or not he will always be Sir Franny in this area for a third amazing feat of endurance.

Seriously, the least he should get is a few letters after his name.

  •  THE 15th Autism Hampshire golf day will be held on Wednesday, May 29.

So far it has raised £175,000 of my £200,000 target.

There is still room for two more teams at the lovely Royal Winchester Golf Club.

Teams of four, or three plus a celebrity, can play.

Matt Le Tissier, for example, has played every year and many other big names will be there, including two or three of my 1976 FA Cup-winning team, and Kevin Keegan.

If anyone is interested please ring Claire Wheeler on 01489 880881 (extension 209).