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'I really do believe that' - Jamie Carragher predicts how the top four will look at the end of the season

Nasir Jabbar

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'I really do believe that' - Jamie Carragher predicts how the top four will look at the end of the season

Jamie Carragher believes Liverpool WILL finish in the top four ahead of rivals Manchester United and Chelsea.

Liverpool are languishing in ninth place in the Premier League table, having endured a mixed start in the league this season.

They've beaten Manchester City, but have suffered defeats to Nottingham Forest and Leeds United who stunned them at Anfield last weekend.

Despite their underwhelming league campaign, Carragher insists his former team will finish in the top four ahead Man United and Chelsea.

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Jurgen Klopp remonstrates on the touchline. Image: Alamy
Jurgen Klopp remonstrates on the touchline. Image: Alamy

He reckons Jurgen Klopp's side will join Manchester City, Arsenal and Tottenham in qualifying for next season's Champions League.

"I think the north London clubs [Arsenal and Tottenham] will both get in it now, I really do believe that," he told the Daily Mirror.

"I have loved watching Arsenal, they’ve almost been my favourite team to watch this season.

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"I think Liverpool will get in there ahead of Chelsea and Man United and then the two north London clubs will be alongside Man City."

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Carragher added: "But I think it will be a fight that goes right down to the wire and as a Liverpool supporter if you offered me fourth now I would bite your hand off.

"I think Liverpool are in a right fight for that and they could easily finish sixth. But I do think Liverpool will stick in there and I do think in that second-half of the season we’ve got to see the Liverpool of old at some stage.

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"When Liverpool get back to that it is too much for everybody else in this league, except Man City. But if they don’t get back to that consistency it’s going to be tough for them."

Arsenal, Man City, Spurs and Newcastle United currently occupy the Champions League spots while Man United, Chelsea and Liverpool are outside the top four.

Who will make the top four this season? Let us know who you think.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Football, Jamie Carragher, Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea

Nasir Jabbar
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