I think you have to be realistic and say that Liverpool will finish a creditable 2nd this season and get Champions League football as a great result for them.
(PRWEB UK) 7 May 2014
Man City are just days away from lifting their second Premier League title in three years and establishing themselves as the team to beat in English football as we enter the post Ferguson era. Man City have two games left to play against Aston Villa and West Ham, opponents you would expect a team with the resources of City to comfortably win, but this is the 2013-14 Premier League season where hopes have often been dashed and where Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and City have all had opportunities to take the title. With the last weekend of the season on horizon and with the title still yet to be won, DSG will be providing extended coverage on football.co.uk.
Head of Operations at DSG, Matthew Tait had this to say, “We have witnessed one of the most competitive and surprising Premier League seasons in years and at times several teams have made a strong claim for the title but then faltered. The title race is by no means decided even with what must be a disappointing draw for Liverpool after being three goals up. It’s out of their hands now and they will now be hoping that matches against Aston Villa or West Ham United go their way. They will also need to ensure that they don’t throw away three points themselves. We will be following all the games live on our website football.co.uk as well as via our Facebook, Twitter and Google+ pages.”
Jason Hope, Content Manager of DSG, believes that this match will prove the end of a serious title challenge from Liverpool. “I think you have to be realistic and say that Liverpool will finish a creditable 2nd this season and get Champions League football as a great result for them. I don’t really see Man City letting go now of their stronger position and you would expect City to win their games comfortably even with playing the extra midweek game.”
Digital Sports Group are the official partners of the PFA and publish sites such as football.co.uk, sport.co.uk and the Footymad network.