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Liverpool on verge of Premier League title, Rodgers says: “we play with no fear”
Liverpool, with just four matches left, are on the verge of the Premier League title.
Brendan Rodgers took over a failing, sleeping giant in Liverpool Football Club and has the Reds side are now within touching distance of their first ever Premier League title. An impressive 3-2 win over Manchester City at Anfield, on the 25th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster, was a special occasion and brought smiles to Merseyside. Liverpool are now favourites for the Premier League title & you can get excellent online betting odds at Betfair as the season draws to an eventful close.
Brendan Rodgers told Liverpool FC post-match: “We don’t need to change, we play with no fear,” said the Northern Irishman. “We see that, no matter who we play, if it’s a big opponent like Manchester City, or Norwich next week.
“We’ll play with no fear. We demand to dominate the ball and work very hard. We don’t think too far ahead – that’s the message and that’s always been the message.
“With four games to go, there are still a lot of points to play for. And Manchester City have got a couple of games in hand as well. We’ve just got to concentrate on ourselves and keep doing the job.
“Hopefully 10 games becomes 11 next week. We’ll just concentrate on the next game.”
It has worked so far this season & appears to have Liverpool on the verge of their first-ever Premier League title. If Liverpool win their final four matches, they win the title: Norwich (A), Chelsea (H), Crystal Palace (A), Newcastle (H).
If Manchester City drop any points in their final six matches & Chelsea win their final four matches, Jose Mourinho would lift the Premier League trophy for the third time. Quite an amazing end to a remarkable season.
Perennial title challengers, Manchester United, have been poor under David Moyes, while Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal side capitulated after a good start to the campaign. This really does feel like a changing of the guard.