Liverpool boss Jurgen
Klopp says “nobody should feel safe” in the Premier League title race
and insists Chelsea and Arsenal remain in the hunt.
Klopp’s side will
reach the halfway point of the season on 26 December at the top of the table
after establishing a four-point lead.
Chelsea and Arsenal,
who are fourth and fifth respectively, are 11 points behind the Reds with 20
games to play.
In eight of the past
10 seasons, the leaders on Christmas Day have gone on to win the Premier
The two exceptions
were in 2008-09 and 2013-14 – and on both occasions it was Liverpool who
slipped from top spot to finish the season in second.
The German’s comments
came after Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino said Liverpool and Manchester
City are “clear favourites” for the title after his side thrashed
Everton 6-2 at Goodison Park on Sunday to narrow the gap to second-placed City
to two points.
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