Gerrard admits he's got 'one eye' on Liverpool's Premier League title bid

Gerrard admits he's got 'one eye' on Liverpool's Premier League title bid

"But whether you win the title or you finish second, or you get progress in winning the Champions League or you don't, I think the positivity in and around the place is brilliant and I think we really are stepping forward and getting closer and closer".

Obviously it was not an easy task and, in the end, it caught up with us.

"And then the league, all we can do is play against the people that are put in front of us and they've done it successfully so far, so let's keep our fingers crossed and there's no reason why they shouldn't continue that". We showed that we never give up but there are so many things to improve.

However, the Egypt worldwide now looks destined to fall a long way short of his final tally from last season, when he broke the domestic record for goals scored in a 38-game season with 32.

Spurs travel to Anfield this weekend to take on Liverpool in the English Premier League.

Rio Ferdinand is one name that many consider to be the best in Premier League history.

The big question hovering over all of this is: Are Liverpool good enough to take advantage if City stumble?

"He's going into the territory of the being the best defender I've seen live", Kilbane told Irish radio station Newstalk, per TheSportReview.

However, under the German's stewardship, Liverpool have suffered heartache in the League Cup, Europa League and Champions League finals.

"All the players are important, be they the local players from the United Kingdom or the players from overseas", Alisson added.

Nerves will play a part in the final few weeks of the season, with Liverpool's away games at Southampton and Newcastle tricky assignments for Klopp's players.

They now have a two point advantage over Manchester City, who have a game in hand, and it's all to play for with just seven games to go.

Spurs were hoping this game would be relevant to their title hopes but three losses and draw in their last four games have sunk their chances.

Van Dijk, on the other hand, hasn't won anything with Liverpool yet.

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