Alex Ferguson Believes Liverpool Will Win The Premier League

Alex Ferguson Believes Liverpool Will Win The Premier League

Walters appeared on BBC 5 Live's Football Daily on Sunday night, and while discussing the weekend's games he revealed the former Manchester United boss, Alex Ferguson, believes Liverpool are going to finally end their starvation by landing the Premier League title.

According to BBC Radio Live's Football Daily podcast, former pro Jonathan Walters said Burnley defender Phil Bardsley sat down with Ferguson and that Sir Alex picked Liverpool. Liverpool has Mohamed Salah playing great and the team does hold a little advantage and has a little bit easier of a remaining schedule, while City has been simply dominant and that game in hand against Manchester United could be the difference.

And it goes without saying that the answer will not please Red Devils fans.

Earlier, had reported Ferguson has reportedly tipped Liverpool to win this season's Premier League title.

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The result lifted Arsenal back into the top four and level on points with Chelsea FC in fifth, who have played a game more than the Gunners.

Meanwhile, Manchester United are now occupying fifth position on the Premier League standings with 64 points after 33 games.

City now have a game in hand and sit two points behind Liverpool in the table, meaning that the title is technically in the hands of Pep Guardiola's side.

The game Ferguson believes could decide the title comes next Wednesday when City will be coming off the back of two challenging fixtures within a number of days against Spurs.

Ferguson was also part of the team that traveled to Paris for their Champions League return leg against Paris-Saint-Germain which they won.

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