Published: Fri, August 16, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Gary Neville claims Man United will win Premier League before Liverpool

Gary Neville claims Man United will win Premier League before Liverpool

'I am pretty sure Liverpool would have liked to have won the Premier League, because it is 29 years since they last did'.

Quite simply, if Manchester City beat Tottenham at the Etihad on Saturday evening, the challenge facing the chasing pack in terms of catching Pep Guardiola's champions will only become much more hard.

Speaking on Sky Bet's The Big Debate, he said: "I can guarantee you as clear as day, Manchester United will win again".

United won their Premier League season opener against Chelsea on Sunday, battering Frank Lampard's 4-0 men at Old Trafford. They will probably win the league before Liverpool, in my opinion.

But Salah, who scored the opener in June's final at the Wanda Metropolitano from the penalty spot, does not agree with the City boss and feels that they would both choose the Champions League given the option between that and winning the Premier League. "That's not being disrespectful, they'll probably win the league before Liverpool".

Upon that defeat to Tottenham in April, Guardiola claimed that success domestically meant more than in Europe, saying: "The Champions League is seven games, you can win the Champions League but the league is every three days in the same month".

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The summer transfer window is now in closed as Premier League clubs already start to turn their attentions to the potential recruitments they could make in January.

For Liverpool to keep pace, they must overcome all of their other top-six rivals by maintaining the incredible form that saw them amass 97 points - and lose just once in the league - only to finish second to City by a point last season (even if ESPN's Luck Index suggests the margin should have been wider).

Guardiola and Pep would have happily swapped places last season.

They have reviewed all 380 matches from last season in the top flight and applied a "VAR filter" to the most contentious decisions.

He predicted disaster for Norwich, placing them at the bottom. Mauricio Pochettino and Spurs are the one major roadblock standing in their way.

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