Published: Tue, February 12, 2019
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The Great Debate: Who is going to win the Premier League?

The Great Debate: Who is going to win the Premier League?

'They are the team behind the team and they are the ones who keep us going and positive. Manchester City, meanwhile, lock horns with the Blues again in the Carabao Cup Final.

As long as Alisson and Virgil van Dijk stay fit, I can't see them conceding enough goals to drop points.

For the first time since around Christmas, following that mauling of Chelsea, I'm finally, cautiously confident Pep Guardiola's men will clinch the Premier League title.

As well, Everton may be meek and lacking confidence right now but the Toffees could also dent their neighbours title challenge, though it all depends on just how ferocious the Goodison crowd is on March 3.

"The scarves, the flags, the banners: it was something that I hadn't really experienced". To recap, 15 points separate top dogs Manchester City and sixth-placed Chelsea, and their clash on Sunday finished a whopping 6-0 to the Citizens.

Liverpool have a history of letting things slip and their trips to Old Trafford and Goodison Park now have added narrative.

"Hopefully the supporters saw one of the best performances of the season". If they are going to win the league they need to maintain that standard every week because they can't afford to make mistakes.


But, looking at the form, and the run-in, I'm going to plump for Liverpool ... just.

"On my side, I thought that Naby was excellent", Robertson told Liverpool's website. They are cracking opponents' heads open and feasting on the goo inside.

"Chelsea didn't really have an answer to the playing style of Manchester City".

The performance against a Bournemouth side who have now lost nine away matches in succession and have 13 defeats in the last 18 matches in all competitions showed a return to the high-energy pressing game and clinical counter-attacking which has been so successful for Liverpool.

And he claimed the most impressive part of City's play was how they set up when they have not got the ball. He has grabbed games by the scruff of the neck and has been a champion player. They are just unstoppable.

However, this is not the case in the Championship as teams go out looking to win every game and this subsequently leads to some of the games of the season. Liverpool are behind the Cityzens on goal difference, but do have a game in hand.

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