The fight on the top of the Premier League table is intense specially the fight for top 6 positions. Here are the possible finishes in the Points table at the end of this weekend for each club starting from the best possible finish to the worst possible finish. Table toppers Chelsea is the only club with a comfortable position where they will stay on top no matter whether they win or lose. Find out the best and worst finish your favorite club can make here. Also Manchester United who were stuck in 6th place after many wins have a chance to reach 5th place which also depends on the result of the match between Manchester City & Tottenham.
Fan Blog: Can Liverpool retain the top spot?
“Liverpool, Liverpool top of the league” The chant reverberated around Anfield as Liverpool heavy metal-ed Watford. The last time I heard this was 916 days ago when the Reds defeated Manchester City in a thrilling encounter at Anfield. But Brendan Rodger’s Liverpool feel agonizingly short of the title. This time, bookmakers have marked them as second favorite for the Premier League trophy. My prediction for the season was for Liverpool to make the top four. Frankly, I figured we’ll be engaged in a dog fight for the last Champions League position. I never expected Jürgen Klopp’s boys’ to sit pretty at the top. Its fair to say that Liverpool are the surprise package of the season till now. Its not about the
Fan Blog: Jurgen Klopp – The Messiah At Anfield
It’s been a year since Jürgen Klopp walked through the Shankly Gates. The ‘Normal One’ has returned the feel good factor at Anfield First, let me say this is a fan boy homage. If you still want to read, go ahead, have a go. I hope you do. I’d love to say he’s changed things by sprinkling magic dust but it really is very simple — good communication, good collaboration, good energy and good spirit. He’s an easy character to deal with. There’s no agenda and no ego — that’s not what the guy is about. It is normal dealing with him. Whether you’re a steward in the tunnel at Anfield or the CEO, he’s the same with everyone — Ian Ayre, CEO It’s never easy for a foreign coach