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How the title race will come down to these two Liverpool fixtures…

Date: 10th April 2014 at 6:47pm
Written by Christy Malyan

What a stunning season of Premier League football it's truly been. The relegation dogfight has been turbulent to say the least, the battle for fourth spot has taken a late, deviating twist, but it's the English top flight's title race that's been by far the most captivating contest. Billed as a six-horse affair back in the summer, 652 Premier League fixtures later, and the race for the English crown has whittled down to just three parties - Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool. Jose Mourinho has claimed, with the Blues four points off the pole position pace, that his side's title chances are over, which, as we learned from Roberto Mancini in the 2011/12 campaign, means in fact they are anything but. Likewise, Brendan Rodgers insists his odds-defying Liverpool outfit can only look as far as their next game, which is coincidently against title rivals Manchester City, but leading the Premier League's summit with just five fixtures remaining, the Reds undoubtedly have their greatest chance to date  of claiming their first league title since 1990. And the Citizens,  are by far the most complete title-hunting outfit of the three, possessing world-class stars and a squad depth currently unrivalled in the top flight. They also have two games in hand on Chelsea and Liverpool, but the pressure of putting these fixtures to the Etihad's advantage could work ... Read More


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