As i said earlier in this topic, Liverpool somehow will f@ck up this season too. They had a huge chance yesterday.
No way Jose. Comparing to other seasons, defence is in much better form so without some major injuries no worries.
Tottenham wouldn´t make it even if Kane and Alli were able to play, certainly not without them.
If City would be in absolute top form they could challenge pool but not the way tehy are running right now.
Even rest of season schedule favours pool soon it is time to party
Many a slip 'twixt cup and lip.
Keep your Champagne on ice. There will be stumbles. As the Champions League kicks in again and the inevitable pressure takes it's toll.
LFC have had an absurdly good start. But they'll need to finish in much the same manner or they'll fall short again.
Sure a lot can still happen as third of the matches haven´t been played but at the moment i see no threat. So the only argument can only be that they have failed before so they will this time too
Maybe Arsenal will smoothen the way today by taking some points away from City. Like the odds anyways
The funny thing about leagues is they can look all over one minute and a couple of results later the picture changes dramatically. Think back to Kevin Keegan's blow up against Man Utd and much more recently City were 8 pts behind Utd with only 5 games to go but came through to win. With just over a third of the season to go it's nowhere near over, a couple of slips or some niggling injuries can have a big impact. Liverpool haven't really hit a sticky patch yet, maybe they won't, but I wouldn't write off Guardiola just yet. Still lots of Premier League to come!
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