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Man City just two wins from another EPL title

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By STEVE DOUGLAS

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Hoping there is still something meaningful to be sorted on the last day although I’m glad Everton aren’t giving me palpitations again.

Hope and think Arsenal will beat Man U.

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Manchester City is predicted to win the title for a fourth consecutive time, with Arsenal as the runners-up. Liverpool is expected to come in third place. If Liverpool had been able to maintain a full squad, they would have had a good chance of winning the title. Unfortunately, they suffered from too many senior players being injured.

At least my bros team Everton gets to stay up.

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Liverpool is expected to come in third place. 

Lots of depressed Liverpool fans seen in their stadium lately.

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If so, then it's another MCFC PL title with an asterisk.

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zibala

Liverpool is expected to come in third place. 

> Lots of depressed Liverpool fans seen in their stadium lately.

You do not know the Liverpool fans. You seem to be attempting to provoke them again.

We had a great season and secured a place in the Champions League next year. However, we are saddened by Klopp's departure after a fantastic era where we won almost every trophy, except for the Europa Cup.

Try commenting on the game of football.

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You do not know the Liverpool fans. You seem to be attempting to provoke them again.

I know them better than you.

We had a great season and secured a place in the Champions League next year. However, we are saddened by Klopp's departure after a fantastic era where we won almost every trophy, except for the Europa Cup.

It's been tough for Liverpool lately/

Liverpool Football Club would like to remind fans of our mental health toolkit,

https://www.liverpoolfc.com/foundation/news/lfc-offers-support-fans-dealing-distressing-ucl-final-events

Try commenting on the game of football.

Why? Because you said so b?

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You can't be a top-flight club in the Premier League, the world's greatest if you can't overcome difficulties and come back stronger each time. They take the lows along with the highs.

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We had a great season

Exceeded expectations. Still think they need a top class finisher but some good signs there for next season with the youngsters.

This is City’s era. Probably the best and most dominant side we’ve seen in modern English football. Credit to Klopp and now Arteta for at least providing some resistance to it. Recently the others haven’t made a dent - Chelsea a mess, Man U a joke, Spurs are well…Spurs

How legitimate this City dominance is has yet to be decided though…

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City now 1/4 to win the title.

Maybe someone pretending to be American can find a non-existent bookie offering 50/1 but I doubt it.

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Chelsea has spent more money on players than Man City.

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Chelsea has spent more money on players than Man City

Another one who could be in for punishment.

Man U have spent a fortune on mediocre nonsense as well.

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The top four positions have been very tight this season. Liverpool only lost 4 games but drew too many.

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The top four positions have been very tight this season. Liverpool only lost 4 games but drew too many

Pretty much.

You wonder where they could’ve finished with a top class finisher who could stay fit.

They certainly created enough chances.

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Another great win for Palace and that’s what’s important to me.

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Footballers of Burnley, Luton Town, and Sheffield Utd have gained precious experience rubbing shoulders against footballers of top teams in the Premier League, FA Cup, and EFL events across England. Gaffers Vincent Kompany, Robert Owen Edwards, and Christopher John Wilder have watched renowned football managers operating from the touchline. Fans would like to see their teams returning to the Premier League after a single season in the Championship festivities. All the best.

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I'd take Liverpool 150/1.

Had great success with those odds before.

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