Manchester City will face Middlesbrough in their Premier League North fixture before lifting the title. Here's everything you need to know...
Goals from Ian Carlo Poveda, Sadou Diallo, Luke Bolton and Joe Hardy at Stoke City last Saturday gave City an unassailable lead at the top of the regional table with two matches remaining.
Lee Carsley's side have been in irresistible form all season and will get to celebrate on Saturday before taking on the FA Youth Cup and national stage challenges.
When and where?
City will welcome Middlesbrough to the Academy Stadium for the 12:30pm kick-off on Saturday 18 February. They will then lift the trophy following the final whistle.
How do I see it?
Tickets to the match at the Academy Stadium are free for all fans! Click here to claim yours.
What does it mean?
City will play in Group 1 of the national stage alongside the rest of the top four from the north and the best from the southern division.
City have gone 20 matches unbeaten in this season's Premier League, winning 16 and drawing four. That means they have an incredible win percentage of 80%.
The Teessiders sit in 7th in the 12-team league with 20 points from their 19 matches so far. They are in something of a slump at the moment however, having lost four of their last five matches.