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Top Five Reasons Why Liverpool Will Win The Premier League? What are the Top Five Reason’s Why Liverpool Will Win Premier League?
Liverpool are the current log leaders in the Premier League after opening up a huge gap between them and the current Premier League champions Manchester City, in this list we have prepared a list of the Top Five Reasons Why Liverpool Will Win The Premier League
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Here are 5 reasons why Liverpool can win the league:
Although in the last ten years the Kopites is the only side not to win the Premier League after leading at Christmas, the experience of tripping up in 2008/9 and 2013/14 will come in handy as experience.
This time there will be no Steven Gerrard slip or poor game management akin to the one witnessed at Selhurst Park where they let a 3-1 advantage melt into a draw. or that slip up by Steven Gerrard against Chelsea.
Even before the start of the 2018/19 season, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was comfortably leading the mini league against Top Six rivals.
This should come in handy during the second round as Liverpool has mastered the art of annihilating lesser opposition.
In the first round, the 18-time champions won every game they played against teams outside the Top Six. Expect more of the same.
It was really sad seeing Liverpool fail to win the Premier League and the Champions League despite their fabulous front three of Mohammed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane bludgeoning over a century of goals. The Kop played some wonderful football last season and they have continued their amazing style of play with a little bit of experience as they have learnt from their slip ups in recent years.
Though they are not quite firing at the same rate, as a triumvirate, they still consistently guarantee more goals than what strikers at title rivals Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur are offering.
Eight goals conceded after 20 games of the campaign implies Liverpool can match or beat the all time defensive record of 15 conceded set by Chelsea in 2004/5.
In defensive stakes, Virgil van Dijk favourable competes with EPL legends John Terry, Rio Ferdinand, Nemanja Vidic and is a notch better than Jamie Carragher, Sami Hyppia or any other Kop defender since Alan Hansen and Martin Lawrenson.
Without any doubt Virgil Van Dijk is the Premier League’s best defender at the moment and has proved to be worth every penny the Anfield club payed for the most expensive defender in the world following his move from Southampton.
Unless Tottenham Hotspur beefs up their squad during the January window, their inability to recruit any players last summer will catch up with them at the tail end of this season.
On the other hand, Liverpool’s summer recruits – Alisson Becker, Fabinho, Naby Keita and Xherdhan Shaqiri have come to terms with the league’s demands, ensuring Klopp can have a fresh squad in the home straight
The new additions to the team have proved to be an important peice of the squad as they have played brilliantly when given their chance to take the field.
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