Liverpool are joint top of the league on points. The Reds are tied with Jose Mourinho’s Spurs, behind only on goal difference. Jürgen Klopp has managed to steer the Reds to the summit despite a host of difficulties this season. Speaking on Amazon Prime, Paul Scholes said he believes Liverpool will retain the Premier League.
Liverpool joint top
Spurs have had a terrific season under Jose Mourinho.
The Portuguese coach is finally making things click at the North London club.
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg has been particularly transformative in the midfield.
Despite having one of their best starts in years, Spurs are only joint top of the table.
The Reds are tied with the London side on points. Jürgen Klopp has somehow maintained a gallop to the title in the face of a devastating series of injuries and illnesses.
A 4-0 thrashing of Wolves this weekend was the latest statement of intent from the Reds.
Paul Scholes backs Liverpool for Premier League
Manchester United and Liverpool share a bitter rivalry.
The two have hated each other since the dawn of time, or of football, whichever came first.
Despite this rivalry, the two clubs are Proper Football Clubs and are capable giving out credit where it’s due.
Speaking on Amazon Prime, Paul Scholes backed Liverpool to retain the Premier League:
“It took a long time for Liverpool to achieve what they did last year.
“Great credit to them, they were fantastic, they deserved it.
“It was a shame for them that the fans weren’t involved.
“I’m sure there would have been week-long celebrations, parades, there would have been all sorts. It’s a shame, but the fans are coming back now.
“I won’t say I hope they win it again for their fans, but I think they’re well on their way to doing that anyway.”
The United icon latter added, “I think they’ll win the title again, I really do.”
What RTK has to say
Paul Scholes backing Liverpool to win the Premier League is music to my ears.
The United legend may be a staunch Manc but he is a sensible pundit.
He is a knowledgeable pundit, he’s won enough titles to spot champions a mile off.
Fingers crossed his prediction comes true, we may need some stuttering Spurs form to give us a hand.