‘All of a sudden’: Michael Owen makes Arsenal & Tottenham claim after Reds win yesterday


Michael Owen thinks Liverpool will beat Manchester City at Anfield with “massive” reinforcements for Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea.

The former England striker reckons the London trio will feel Manchester City will not run away with the title after their unbeaten start to the Premier League campaign was ended by Mohamed Salah’s counter-attacking goal.

It’s not Pep Guardiola’s side who actually sit top, but his former assistant Mikel Arteta’s four clear after Arsenal beat Leeds on Sunday, with Spurs level in third on points (23) with Man City and fourth-placed Chelsea on 19 .

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It’s usually Man City or Liverpool who set the pace, but north London is on fire at the moment and these two clubs could cause serious problems this season.

With Antonio Conte at the helm at Hotspur Way, Spurs fans will be hoping he uses his trophy-laden past days to get them over the line as the Gunners make their best start to a season in their history.

It’s still early days, but Owen thinks Liverpool’s win won’t just be down to them, but those at the top, as told by Premier League Productions (16/10/22 6.30pm).

“This will do a lot for Liverpool, their confidence, well they’ve had some big results this season but they’ve just stuttered but it’s a massive result,” said Owen.

“It’s a huge result for the Premier League as well. With all the top teams out there, everyone will be looking at Man City and wondering how many points will they win by?

“Suddenly Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea will be celebrating. Everyone will think “right, they’re beatable. There’s a chance in this league.” And Liverpool will be jumping for it.”

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Before kicking the ball, Klopp appeared to rule his side out of contention for the Premier League title.

It wasn’t a surprise given his team’s start, but it could have been mind games from the German and simply an attempt to take the pressure off him.

But after nine games for Klopp’s men, they are 14 points behind leaders Arsenal, with a game in hand and ten behind second-placed Manchester City.

Liverpool take on West Ham United and Nottingham Forest this week, so things could get even better for those on Merseyside by the end of the week.

In other news, Tim Sherwood jokes Tottenham’s 27-year-old suffered a ‘nosebleed’ while running forward against Everton

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