When Liverpool can win the Premier League title as victory over Crystal Palace moves them ever closer
Jun. 25, 2020
Liverpool’s wait for that elusive Premier League title is almost over.
Following the 4-0 thrashing of Crystal Palace at Anfield on Wednesday, Jurgen Klopp’s side have one hand on the trophy.
How many points in front are Liverpool at the top?
As a result of Manchester City’s handsome back-to-back wins since the restart and Liverpool collecting four points from their two games so far, the gap is now at 23 points with the Reds having played a match more.
When can they win the Premier League?
Liverpool can be crowned champions TONIGHT without playing.
Pep Guardiola’s side head to fourth-placed Chelsea knowing only a win will stop them from handing the trophy to Klopp’s side.
If CIty are victorious at Stamford Bridge, then Liverpool will next have an opportunity to win the title AGAINST Guardiola’s men at the Etihad on Thursday, July 2.
Klopp’s side would need just a point against their nearest rivals to clinch the title.
If City win both their next two games – against Chelsea and Liverpool – then the wait goes on for another week and Liverpool will have the chance to win it by beating Aston Villa on Sunday, July 5.
Were Liverpool to only draw then they could still win the title if City failed to beat Southampton on the same day.
Liverpool's remaining 2019/20 fixtures Manchester City vs Liverpool – Thursday, July 2 – 8.15pm Liverpool vs Aston Villa – Sunday, July 5 – 4.30pm Brighton vs Liverpool – Wednesday, July 8 – 8.15pm Liverpool vs Burnley – Saturday, July 11 – 3pm Arsenal vs Liverpool – Wednesday, July 15 – 8pm* Liverpool vs Chelsea – Saturday, July 18 – 3pm* Newcastle vs Liverpool – Sunday, July 26 – 3pm* *Final three fixtures subject to change according to TV and radio picks
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