Daniel Sturridge backs Liverpool to win Premier League ahead of Arsenal and Manchester City
Posted by  badge Boss on Apr 08
Daniel Sturridge has revealed his Premier League title prediction (Picture: NBS Sports)

Daniel Sturridge is backing to beat and to the title.

It could hardly be tighter at the top of the table, with just one point separating the three title rivals with a handful of games remaining.

The Gunners are currently top – one point above Liverpool and Man City – but Jurgen Klopp’s side will reclaim the position if they avoid defeat against Manchester United on Sunday.

Victory for Liverpool at Old Trafford would take them two points clear of Arsenal and three ahead of Manchester City with seven games remaining.

Klopp guided Liverpool to their first league title in 30 years in 2020 and will hope to mark his with another Premier League trophy.

Arsenal’s wait for a league title now stands at 20 years – the Gunners led the title race for much of last season before .

City, meanwhile, would become the first team in history to win four successive Premier League titles if they edged out Liverpool and Arsenal this term.

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Asked for his take on the intense title race, ex-England striker Sturridge told : ‘I mean, everyone has got a bit shaky right now because you can’t be sure who’s going to win the title. Everyone knows what’s at stake and all three are in their groove right now. 

‘Man City’s experience will play a big part but at the same time Arsenal are hungry, they want it. It would be a first title for most of these players so they’re hungry and believe they can do it after what happened last season.

‘Liverpool have recently won the Premier League but want to do it again in Jurgen’s last season. So the intangibles are there for each team really. Man City are playing for history but there’s so much at stake for the other two as well.’

Pressed on his title prediction, Sturridge added: ‘I’m going to go with Liverpool. It’s not bias! That’s just what my gut is saying right now.’

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