Select Page

Liverpool are too far to be captured this year, according to Reds goalkeeper Chris Kirkland.
After the champions suffered a shock defeat in the Etihad to Wolves last weekend moved eight points clear from Manchester City.
Liverpool held a seven-point lead over City midway through last year before losing the title by a single point on this campaigns final day.
Kirkland believes his former team are far ahead this year to allow another unforgettable comeback to City.
When asked when the Premier League title is really on its way to Anfield, Kirkland said:I frankly do believe it is.
Last year was so unlucky. Folks state losing by one stage was devastating, I would rather have dropped by one point than be 15, 16 points behind City.
I think with Citys injury problems theyve got at the back, [Aymeric] Laporte is a big miss, Vincent Kompany is a massive overlook for these. At the back it is possible to get at them.
When we perform with them, if we could take points off them then all of a sudden youre talking double amounts. Can you find us losing four or five games this season? Not how were playing.
Liverpool have the opportunity to divide the Premier League list of 18 consecutive wins, set by Manchester City in 2017 and now have won eight of their league games this year.
The Reds can match Citys album should they beat bitter rivals Manchester United in OId Trafford on October 20, live on Sky Sports.
What a position to perform it. You would not put it beyond them, added Kirkland.
Manchester United are going through a tough spell but Ole [Gunnar Solskjaer] can be certain theyre up for this particular match.
The fans know what that means but I expect us to move there and get a result, I just dont believe that they can prevent us.
How we go forward, how we defend, were solid throughout the pitch. I believe we will get the 3 points.

Read more here: