- Man City narrow Liverpool’s lead at top of the table to four points
- Defeat is first Liverpool have suffered in league this season
- Get Involved: #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)
- FA Cup news conferences including Man Utd, Chelsea and Wolves
Social media has been flooded with talk about a potential first Premier League title in 29 years for Jurgen Klopp’s Reds.
But not everyone is hoping it’s their year…
With that in mind, we wanted to know who do you hope will be lifting the Premier League trophy in four month’s time and why?
Man City and Liverpool fans – we know your views – we want to hear from neutrals and fans from other clubs.
Is it a two-horse race? Let us know using #bbcfootball on Twitter or by sending a text to 81111 (UK only).
MOTD pundit and former Liverpool defender
Liverpool’s defeat by Manchester City was a setback for Jurgen Klopp’s side but it is not a result that will knock their confidence or affect the Reds’ belief that they can win this title race.
Their loss had nothing to do with nerves, or any lack of effort or ability, and it is not as if City won by dismantling Liverpool or exposing any flaws in their team.
The Reds were just edged out of a very tight game against one of the best teams in Europe, and it could easily have ended up with a different outcome.
Of course it opens things up at the top of the Premier League table, but Liverpool are still four points clear with 21 games gone, which is better than they probably expected at the beginning of December, let alone at the start of the season.
Check out more of Lawro’s thoughts here.
In case it had slipped your mind, the FA Cup returns tonight.
A bumper 32 fixtures across three days means one thing: news conferences.
I’m not going to bombard you with every one, but there’s a decent amount to tide you over throughout the day.
Here’s what you have to look forward to:
08:30 – Manchester United
09:00 – Bournemouth
12:30 – Chelsea
12:30 – West Ham
13:00 – Crystal Palace
13:00 – Wolves
13:00 – Huddersfield
13:15 – Leicester
13:30 – Newcastle
13:30 – Watford
15:00 – Everton
All times listed in GMT.
And just like that, the Premier League title race is back on.
But, we are talking about a team who amassed 100 points last season, so was it really ever off?
Man City ended Liverpool’s 20-game unbeaten run (Arsenal fans, breathe a sigh of relief), with the champions just four points behind the challengers in second place.
It was undoubtedly one of the highlight fixtures of the season – here’s how it all unfolded.
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Well, well, well…
Feeling smug, City fans? Perhaps you’re a deflated Red?
Maybe you’re a neutral and you’re just glad that the Liverpool fans in your life have been silenced just a little bit…
I’ll be bringing you the best reaction to last night’s game-of-the-season contender, plus there’s a whole host of FA Cup news conferences to get stuck into.
What more could you want on a Friday?
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