As we approach the final round of Premier League football before another international break, a massive clash between Liverpool and Manchester City, the last two champions of the league.
With Chelsea having tried and failed to defeat both Liverpool and City already this season, Blues fan, Rory Jennings, is well-positioned to provide opinion on how the clash will unfold on Sunday afternoon.
“Having watched Chelsea play both City and Liverpool – it’s where I can conclude, City are stronger. Even when we went down to ten men against Liverpool we looked comfortable, whereas we just couldn’t get the ball of City.
“It’s going to be very tough, especially after the week they have had at Stamford Bridge and in Paris, but I anticipate City just having too much for this Liverpool team.”
Elsewhere, on Saturday lunchtime Manchester United host Everton in an intriguing battle – with Jennings highlighting that the strengths of the Toffees make them a formidable threat for United.
“There is a chance that this could be a really problematic day for Manchester United. I think Everton are going to make it really difficult for them, everything we know about Everton and Benitez indicates this is going to be tough for United.”
He also emphasised the impact of playing in Europe, with Premier League form normally taking a hit following European ties, specifically games as mentally straining as the one United just played in against Villarreal.