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Rampant Reds 6/1 to pip City to the title

Ben Darvill 10 May 2019
Divock Origi (credit:Peter Byrne/PA Wire/PA Images)

Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool are 6/1 to make their incredible week even better with a Premier League title win as the league goes down to the final day of the season. 


*Odds correct at 10:18 BST on 10/5/2019

What a week it has been for English football, with all four places available in the Champions League and Europa League finals going to English clubs. Perhaps the most astonishing of the wins across the week came at Anfield, where Liverpool humiliated Barcelona 4-0 to claim a 4-3 aggregate win and knock the Spanish side out of the competition. Victory was something few saw coming before the game as Liverpool arrived without Mohammed Salah and Roberto Firmino, but they somehow pulled it off. They will look to channel this winning spirit into their final game of the season as they take on Wolves, hoping that Manchester City, who are a point above the Reds, fail to win against Brighton at the Etihad Stadium. As things stand, Liverpool are 6/1 with bet365 to win the title, while City are massive favourites at 1/8, and the league leaders can also be backed at 4/1 to be the highest scorers on Sunday.

“The odds are stacked against Liverpool lifting their first ever Premier League trophy, but after the week they’ve had, they’ll believe that anything is possible,” Steve Freeth of bet365 told BettingPro. 




*Odds correct at 10:18 BST on 10/5/2019


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