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With just three games left in the season, Liverpool have not given up hope of finishing in the top four

Liverpool fans’ jury columnists look ahead to Monday’s encounter with Leicester City at the King Power Stadium


Jürgen Klopp’s side are confident Newcastle United and Manchester United will stumble between now and the end of the month, and are on the verge of a string of strong performances that have brought them back into the equation for Champions League football.


Next up for Liverpool are Leicester City, who are battling to avoid relegation. The Foxes had the upper hand in last season’s matchup at King Power Stadium and will be looking to make a replay on Monday as they attempt to come back from the bottom three.

Liverpool continue to look like an ever-improving version of themselves. In terms of both this and next season, that’s a significant point of encouragement.

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Consistency in results and performance levels, improving creativity and control and finding different ways to win. These are all elements we have been fighting for for most of this campaign.

There remains considerable room for improvement, but with the work of the past five weeks and this six-game winning streak, there now appears to be a firmer foundation on which to build.


Saturday’s victory over Brentford presented another clear challenge which was easily negotiated and another three points deserved.

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The finish of Mohamed Salah’s late goal and Alisson Becker reaching a century of shutouts by the Reds highlighted excellence in both the short and long term. It’s good to see that the unique influence of Curtis Jones’ skills is also so positive.


Finishing in the top four is not in our hands at the moment, but it is increasingly becoming a possibility. Defeats to Newcastle, Manchester United and Brighton last weekend underscored this, and by the time we visit relegation-threatened Leicester on Monday, they will all have played again.



Liverpool’s ‘only’ midfielder is now making his mark as the race for the top four begins
Our Liverpool fans’ jury columnists look ahead to Monday’s encounter with Leicester City at the King Power Stadium


With just three games left in the season, Liverpool have not given up hope of finishing in the top four.

Hoping that Newcastle United and Manchester United will falter by the end of the month, Jurgen Klopp’s side are now waiting after a series of strong performances that took them back to the Champions League table.

Next up for Liverpool is Leicester City, who are battling for relegation. The Foxes emerged victorious from last season’s clash at King Power Stadium and will look to repeat on Monday in a bid to climb out of the bottom three.

Liverpool continue to seem like an ever-improving version of themselves. For this season and next, it’s a great reason to cheer.

Consistent results and performance levels, enhancing creativity and control, and finding different paths to success.

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These are all things we’ve been looking for for much of this campaign. There is still room for improvement, but with the work of the past five weeks or so and those six straight wins, there seems to be a more stable base to build on.

Saturday’s win over Brentford provided another special, skilfully managed challenge and three more well-deserved points. Mohamed Salah’s recent goal and Alisson Becker’s 100-year retirement for the Reds underscore short- and long-term excellence. It’s good to see that the unique influence of Curtis Jones’ skills is also so positive.


Finishing in the top four is not in our hands at the moment, but it is increasingly becoming a possibility.

Defeats to Newcastle, Manchester United and Brighton last weekend underscored this, and by the time we visit relegation-threatened Leicester on Monday, they will all have played again.

So you’re telling me there’s a chance for the top four? Last weekend’s results couldn’t have been more favorable for the Reds, and I agree.

Obviously nothing has been decided yet and we just have to keep putting those precious points on the board one way or another.

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But on a day when scorn and disappointment at Anfield echoed beneath the unwelcome blare of the national anthem, it’s clear we have royalty in our midst as Salah’s poaching effort has brought him level with the tally of 186 Gerrard goal for Liverpool.

What a joy and what a player, a true legend of our club. May he continue to score for a long time!



Liverpool’s ‘only’ midfielder is now making his mark as the race for the top four begins
Journalists from our Liverpool fans’ panel look forward to Monday’s encounter with Leicester City at the King Power Stadium



With just three games left in the season, Liverpool have not given up hope

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