Arsenal Wenger believes destiny is against Liverpool


Arsene Wenger is worried about Liverpool failure to winning the Premier League after going close on several occasions

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In 2008-09 season the Reds came close to winning the competition under Rafa Benitez but slipped down on four points behind arch rivals Manchester United.

Another fallout for the Merseysiders was in 2013-14 season, when Bredan Rodgers in-form Liverpool side lose out the chances to maintain their lead at top of the League table after giving off points against Chelsea and Crystal Palace, leaving Manchester City crowned champions.

The Reds again are alternating alongside Manchester City at top of the standings this season, hoping the reigning champions loses points.

But the Cityzen last Sunday managed to squeeze past Burnley at Turf Moor with a 1-0  victory and former Arsenal boss Wenger think Liverpool are again dwelling on their famous nightmare as the finish to this season's campaign looms.

Wenger said on beIN Sports: "There's still hope but they've got to go to Newcastle you know.

"Newcastle is not an easy place for Liverpool so it will be dangerous.

"I'm scared for Liverpool because even with one game to go, Manchester City could have already won the championship.

"But they will fight to the end. It looks like there is destiny that is against Liverpool

"They dominated English football for such a long time and suddenly from 1989-90 until today they cannot win the championship anymore and every time there is small things against them."

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