Liverpool’s path to the Champions League becomes clearer after Newcastle suffers a major setback.


Following Arsenal’s 2-0 defeat at St James’ Park, the Reds are now just three points behind Newcastle United

Liverpool’s path to potential UEFA Champions League qualification has become clearer following Newcastle United’s Premier League defeat to Arsenal.

Liverpool v Arsenal: Mikel Arteta
Liverpool v Arsenal: Mikel Arteta

Mikel Arteta’s side defeated the Magpies 2-0 at St James’ Park, thanks to goals from Martin Odegaard and a Fabian Schar own goal.

Newcastle’s lead over Liverpool has shrunk even further, with only four and three games remaining, respectively, with Jurgen Klopp’s side set to face strugglers Leicester City at the King Power Stadium next Monday.

"They still have a game against an excellent Newcastle side, but if Arsenal beats Liverpool, they won't have to beat them." If they win this game, they'll have to have a major meltdown to fall out of first place." Of course, he believes Arsenal will win the Premier League if they defeat Liverpool. They still have eight matches to play after this one, and anything can happen. They appear to be contenders for the title. Manchester City is also in the Champions League, so they could make mistakes as well. jurgen-Klopp-Mikel-Arteta

Manchester United are currently in fifth place and can now leapfrog Newcastle into third place if they defeat West Ham at the London Stadium later this evening.

The Reds’ impressive form continues in their pursuit of Champions League qualification, and they have now not lost in their last eight Premier League games, both at home and away (W6 & D2).

Newcastle United’s remaining home games are against Leeds (A), Brighton (H), Leicester (H), and Chelsea (A).

Glen Johnson claims that the Chelsea
Glen Johnson claims that the Chelsea

Liverpool’s remaining matches are against Leicester (A), Aston Villa (H), and Southampton (A).


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