A Guide To Watching The Final Weekend Of The Premier League


"The good thing is that City know we're here now and we're not going anywhere".

"Fingers-crossed we don't lose anyone". That's what we all aim for, and I am looking forward to it already.

"It wasn't just the way we won - we had so many clean sheets on the run-in - it was ridiculous - and won our last 14 games".

"There is a togetherness we have throughout the whole club".

The Reds' 97-point haul, bettering their fourth-placed finish in 2017-18 by 22 points, is the highest ever tally for any runner-up in any of Europe's top five leagues.

In short, there wasn't an terrible lot more Liverpool could have done to end their wait for English football's top prize, but Jurgen Klopp can still bring the good times back to Anfield by masterminding a win against Tottenham Hotspur in the Champions League final on June 1.

A season of plaudits and records yet with nothing to show for their brilliance now boils down to one match - the Champions League Final against Tottenham in Madrid on June 1.

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While United took home the Premier League, Champions League, and FA Cup, they only finished the season with 79 points in the league.

They have, however, failed to advance beyond the quarter-finals of the Champions League under the Spaniard, meaning it is the only arena in which his City side are still to prove themselves as the top level - and won't be able to for the foreseeable if there is any truth in the latest developments.

"There have been ups and not many downs".

When picking his Team of the Year, Crooks included the Dutchman alongside teammates Trent Alexander-Arnold, Andrew Robertson and Sadio Mane.

The report says that an investigation is underway and the expectation is that a recommendation will be made to ban the team from UCL, possibly for the 2020-21 season, which would be a huge blow to a club that just won back-to-back Premier League titles and has the Champions League as its main objective each season.

On the evidence of the past few months, they can barely afford to draw a game next season if they are going to keep up with City - who have a total of 198 points from their past two campaigns.

While they may end the season trophyless, there is no doubt that Liverpool are one of the best three teams in world football right now.