Liverpool legend John Barnes believes that the side of Jurgen Klopp will not match the invincibility of Arsenal
“I think they’ll lose one game”: Liverpool legend John Barnes believes that Jurgen Klopp’s side will not match Arsenal’s invincibility by remaining unbeaten throughout the Premier League season
- John Barnes believes that Liverpool will not go unbeaten the entire Premier League season
- Liverpool still has to lose in its 25 top flight games this season
- Barnes thinks they will not be able to match Arsenal’s 2003-04 performance
Liverpool legend John Barnes believes that the Reds cannot match Arsenal’s unbeaten Premier League season.
After having played 25 league games for this campaign, Liverpool has yet to be defeated and they are on their way to match Arsenal’s remarkable performance from the 2003-04 campaign.
However, Barnes believes that the team of Jurgen Klopp will slip away at some point during the next 13 games.
Liverpool legend John Barnes believes that his old side will not remain unbeaten throughout the competition season
Barnes, who played for Liverpool between 1987 and 1997, told Bonus code betting: “I think they can go unbeaten all season, but I don’t think they will.” I think they will lose one game, but in the end they will still comfortably win the title.
“In the end it’s not important for Liverpool to stay unbeaten, it’s important to win the competition. I don’t see them fall short against Norwich this weekend, but they are beating before the end of the season and that’s fine.
Liverpool has yet to beat this defeat in their 25 Premier League games
REMAINING PREMIER LEAGUE FIXTURES FROM LIVERPOOL
Saturday – Norwich (road)
February 24 – West Ham (home)
February 29 – Watford (road)
3 March – Bournemouth (home)
March 16 – Everton (road)
21 March – Crystal Palace (home)
April 4 – Manchester City (road)
11 April – Aston Villa (home)
April 18 – Brighton (road)
April 25 – Burnley (at home)
May 2nd – Arsenal (road)
The 9th of May – Chelsea (home)
May 17 – Newcastle (road)
‘It doesn’t matter how well your team is doing, because it’s the kind of competition where everything can happen and a shock result can hit everyone, the top or bottom half.
“I can’t predict which games they will lose, but I think they will be beaten this season.”
There are still a number of tests for Liverpool to face when they go the season without defeat.
For example, next month they will be confronted with rivals Everton, while they travel to Etihad Stadium in April to take on Manchester City.
In May, Liverpool organizes Arsenal, which is determined to prevent their opponents from equalizing their historic success. Liverpool also organizes Chelsea in their last home game of the season.
Liverpool could also break Arsenal’s record of 49 unbeaten league games, with the Merseyside club playing 42 games without defeat.
Regardless of whether they remain unbeaten, Liverpool almost certainly seems to win the title for the first time in 30 years – they are currently no less than 22 points above Manchester City, which are second.