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GOING TO DO IT Danny Murphy backs Liverpool for Premier League title after Man City lose to Wolves

Liverpool are going to end their 30-year wait for a league championship and finally get their hands on the Premier League trophy this season, Danny Murphy believes.

The Reds are currently flying high at the top of the table after Saturday’s last-gasp defeat of Leicester moved them eight points clear of Man City.
The reigning champions had the opportunity of closing the gap to five points on Sunday afternoon, but they lost their second league game of the season to a struggling Wolves side who played all the way over in Turkey last Thursday.

Pep Guardiola’s side were stunned by Wolves on Sunday
Adama Traore netted twice in the second half to seal Wolves the most unlikely of wins, and keep City only one point ahead of Arsenal and within two points of sixth place Crystal Palace – their next opponents.

Everything appears to be falling in Liverpool’s favour as they chase a first ever Premier League title, and Jurgen Klopp’s side will move even closer to lifting the famous trophy should they win their next two matches, against Man United and Tottenham, to set a new Premier League victory record of 19 successive wins.
And Murphy, the former Liverpool midfielder who was part of their cup treble-winning side of 2000/01, says the Reds are now in the driving seat for the championship crown.

“I think Liverpool will win it,” said Murphy on talkSPORT. “I think Liverpool will get better because they haven’t been great at times.
“It’s an amazing sign [to be winning games despite not playing well], and they are digging in.
“Even the Leicester game wasn’t a brilliant performance, but Liverpool got the job done; whether it was a penalty or not doesn’t matter, they won the game.

“Liverpool have to step it up because they won’t keep getting away with it if they [put in] performances like against Sheffield United and Southampton.
“But they will get better.”
Liverpool have been incredibly successful over the past couple of years, and winning a long-awaited Premier League title would be no less than Klopp deserves for the work he has done at Anfield.

He galvanised the club’s support after years of frustration with his emotive and passionate approach to management, but one talkSPORT pundit believes the German has changed due to Liverpool’s success – for the worse.
Simon Jordan, the former Crystal Palace chairman, suggested winning last season’s Champions League has resulted in Klopp changing his demeanour, as he has become ‘infected by this disease of arrogance that lots of football managers get’.

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