Home Sports Jamie Carragher reveals why he thinks Liverpool will win the Premier League… despite lauding Arsenal’s rock-solid defence and dubbing Man City ‘the best team with the best individuals’

Jamie Carragher reveals why he thinks Liverpool will win the Premier League… despite lauding Arsenal’s rock-solid defence and dubbing Man City ‘the best team with the best individuals’

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Jamie Carragher praised Liverpool for a particular aspect of their season in the title race
  • Former Reds defender praised Jurgen Klopp’s second-half tactics
  • The Merseyside club are just one point clear at the top of the Premier League table
  • Nottingham Forest have no right to complain about Liverpool’s winner. everything is beginning podcast

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Jamie Carragher has shared what he believes could be Liverpool’s trump card as the Premier League prepares for a three-way title race before the end of the season.

Jurgen Klopp’s team sit at the top of the Premier League table, but have a narrow lead with 63 points compared to serial champions Manchester City’s 62 points.

Third top-flight contenders Arsenal are just one point behind Pep Guardiola’s treble on 61 points following their 6-0 thrashing of Sheffield United on Monday night.

All three clubs will have to be safe at the end of the season, with Liverpool, Man City and Arsenal able to come out clear thanks to the results of their rivals.

But Carragher, speaking after the Gunners’ demolition at Bramall Lane, suggested his former team had an extra weapon in their arsenal that their rivals could only aspire to.

Jamie Carragher praised Liverpool for a particular aspect of their season in the title race

Jamie Carragher praised Liverpool for a particular aspect of their season in the title race

The pundit spoke during Arsenal's 6-0 thrashing of relegated Sheffield United.

The pundit spoke during Arsenal's 6-0 thrashing of relegated Sheffield United.

The pundit spoke during Arsenal’s 6-0 thrashing of relegated Sheffield United.

Man City just one point behind Liverpool as three-way race begins to emerge

Man City just one point behind Liverpool as three-way race begins to emerge

Man City just one point behind Liverpool as three-way race begins to emerge

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“I think since the five substitute rule came into effect, no one has used it better than Jurgen Klopp,” Carragher argued on Sky Sports. “We talked about Arsenal before and you think about how they can win the league.

“They are the best defensively, Manchester City are probably the best team with the best people, but this is where Liverpool can win the league from the bench, because Klopp always uses five substitutes.”

Carragher noted that the Reds had used 119 substitutes since the start of the season, a figure that “eclipses” Man City’s comparatively paltry 74.

Arsenal are “a little bit closer” to the league leaders having fielded 107 substitutes during the current league campaign.

Liverpool showed the depth of their team during the Carabao Cup final, where Klopp was forced to opt for youth options in the wake of an injury crisis that had sidelined key players such as Mohammed Salah, Alisson, Dominic Szoboszlai and Trent Alexander-Arnold.

Young stars Jaydan Danns, Jarrell Quansah, James McConnell and Bobby Clark played against Chelsea at Wembley and helped power the Merseyside club to a 1-0 extra-time win, with many of the youngsters playing during the next FA equipment. Cup tie against Norwich City later that week.

Carragher praised Klopp's use of substitutes to allow him to continue to pile on the pressure.

Carragher praised Klopp's use of substitutes for allowing him to continue to pile on the pressure.

Carragher praised Klopp’s use of substitutes for allowing him to continue to pile on the pressure.

Darwin Nunez scored the last of all the winners on Saturday against an aggrieved Forest team.

Darwin Nunez scored the last of all winners on Saturday against an aggrieved Forest team.

Darwin Nunez scored the last of all winners on Saturday against an aggrieved Forest team.

Klopp’s astute deployment of substitutes may also go hand in hand with the club’s impressive record of late wins.

Mail Sport reported that the Anfield club lead the way with second-half goals, having scored 42 in the final 45 minutes.

Liverpool achieved their latest victory on Saturday against Nottingham Forest after Darwin Nunez waited until the 99th minute to score the winning goal at the City Ground.

The home team were incensed that the goal was allowed to stand, but the late goal allowed Liverpool to claim their 18th stoppage-time win during the Klopp era, and help them stay top of the Premier League table. at the end of the weekend. .

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