Liverpool could replicate iconic Invincibles on their quest for Premier League glory

Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown and esteemed member of the Invincibles, a squad that went an entire campaign without losing a single game in the Premier League, believes that Jurgen Klopp’s current Liverpool side have the potential to replicate his 2003/04 success.

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If the Reds record three points at Old Trafford on Sunday when they travel to face strugglers Manchester United, they’ll draw level with Manchester City for the most consecutive wins in the Premier League (Liverpool currently sit on 17; the record is 18).

Last season’s runners-up lost just one game on their journey to second place, which came against champions City. They’ve since won the Champions League, and have continued their dominance domestically in typically staunch fashion despite the absence of Golden Glove winner Alisson. Liverpool have maintained the best defensive record in the league, and have conceded just eight goals with former West Ham United stopper Adrian between the sticks.

How will Liverpool do at Old Trafford this weekend?

Win

Win

Draw

Draw

Lose

Lose

With Pep Guardiola’s side faltering, having already lost to Wolverhampton Wanderers and Norwich City, now seems as good a time as any to seize the trophy that has eluded Anfield for 30 years.

Keown had his say…

Article title: Liverpool could replicate iconic Invincibles on their quest for Premier League glory

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