FEATURED: Premier Bet pay customers early on Liverpool title win

FEATURED: Premier Bet pay customers early on Liverpool title win

FEATURED: Premier Bet pay customers early on Liverpool title win

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Liverpool are marching toward a first league title in 30 years, an incredible 22 points clear - the biggest lead in top-flight history - with only 39 left to play for.

Premier League legend Alan Shearer has already crowned Henderson as his own personal player of the season following his performance against Southampton.

If everything goes Liverpool's way and Man City endure a nightmare period, the earliest they can win the title is against Bournemouth on March 7th. Since the start of 2013, he has accumulated a total of six more.

If both Liverpool and Manchester City win all their upcoming fixtures, then the Reds will be champions on March 21 against Palace.

Manchester City had 18 shots to Tottenham's three, 67 percent possession, were awarded a penalty by VAR and still contrived to lose 2-0.

After City's second straight defeat in all competitions by Tottenham Hotspur last Sunday, ex-England man Merson told Sky Sports: "Very worrying for Guardiola - the league is out, they are 22 points behind and I sit there and think: 'He is fortunate to get away with it'".

"Guardiola's comments after the Spurs game about what former Premier League chairman Richard Scudamore - who left his post over a year ago - might say about Liverpool's dominance of the league after his previous comments about City's 100-point season were just weird and another example for me of how the pressure has got to him".

They remain unbeaten, having failed to win just once in the league all season.

Guardiola has clearly been experimenting with his line-up in recent matches, with no real results to show for it and he needs to get it right if he doesn't want to see his dream of claiming the Champions League title with City turning into a nightmare yet again.

Not one to take defeat lightly, the loss was remembered for the "Pizza-gate" antics post-match, Cesc Fabregas throwing some Italian delicacies in the direction of United manager Sir Alex Ferguson as tempers flared in the tunnel at the full-time whistle.

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