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Manchester City’s drop points against Crystal Palace to allow Liverpool back into 21/22 title race

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Manchester City played out a 0-0 draw with Crystal Palace to drop valuable points at Selhurst Park. The Sky Blues are now only four points ahead of Liverpool in the title race, which could be reduced to one of Jurgen Klopp’s men who can win against Arsenal in their game in hand. 

The defending champions looked untouchable at the top of the table up until very recently. But, their lead has been reduced to a very slim margin, much like in the seasons before. 

Manchester City’s lead reduced as Premier League title race heats up 

Liverpool is arguably the strongest attacking side in the Premier League this season, with the top three highest goalscorers all part of their team. As a result, they are the favorites albeit heading into the game against an equally impressive Arsenal side. 


Manchester City has shown that they can defend a one-point lead at the top of the table before. And they can surely pull off the same this season. However, with Ruben Dias out injured, they might be lacking a key component of their team, which can be detrimental to their chances of retaining the title.


To make things even more interesting, the two sides will be meeting on April 10, and that game could potentially decide the winner of the Premier League this season if both teams are able to continue their winning ways. But once again, Manchester City and Liverpool continue to prove why they are levels above the rest of the teams in the division, competing with such fine margins. 

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Arsh Das
Arsh Das
A music enthusiast, also passionate about football and bringing you the latest in the sporting world every day.


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