Jurgen Klopp denies Premier League title race is a two-horse race - football

Jurgen Klopp denies Premier League title race is a two-horse race

Liverpool and City are being billed as the top two contenders (Picture: Getty)
Jurgen Klopp rejects the idea the Premier League title race will be between Liverpool and Manchester City this season.
City held Liverpool to a 0-0 draw at Anfield on Sunday, in what was being billed as a crucial fixture in the title race.
But after Chelsea beat Southampton 3-0, the Blues sit on 20 points with Liverpool and City, with all three sitting joint-top of the table.
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Arsenal are climbing up the table after six league wins in a row, and Klopp thinks there will be a cluster of clubs challenging for the title. ‘Absolutely,’ Klopp said when asked if the draw opened up the title race. ‘I knew this before.
‘And Arsenal are two points behind, yeah" Having won six games in a row, did they" So it looks like they are in a good shape.

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Hazard is helping inspire Chelsea’s fantastic run of results (Picture: Getty)
‘But we played City today. You can get three points or one point or no points. We got one, which is fine.
‘If somebody would have ...
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