Pep Guardiola makes disturbing Liverpool title race claim


Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has said that he expect Liverpool not to drop any points for the rest of the season

The Reds are battling City for the Premier League title, with the gap between the two potentially standing at three points, if Liverpool can win their game in hand.

The current league leaders battled to a controversial 1-0 win over Everton on Saturday after losing in dramatic fashion to Tottenham the previous weekend - and Guardiola believes his side and Liverpool will have to be close to faultless to win the title contest.

"Every game will be similar [to Everton], for sure," Guardiola said.

"Everyone plays to survive, for the Europa League, for the Champions League, to be champions. Every game will be a battle.

"We have spoken about that. It is not the first time we have been in this situation and we learn from the past.

"If you want to be champions in the Premier League against this rival - Liverpool are not going to drop points - you have to do a job in nearly all the games.

"I don't know how it is going to finish, but we are going to try. Every game will be an incredibly tough battle and we have to face every game knowing if we drop points, it will be difficult to be champions."

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