ARSENE WENGER believes “destiny” is against Liverpool ending their 29-year wait for a league title.
Former Arsenal boss Wenger, 69, said he felt “scared” for the Merseyside club who could end the season with 97 points and still finish second.
Former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger believes destiny is against Liverpool winning the league[/caption]
Man City reclaimed top spot today with a 1-0 away win against Burnley that saw Pep Guardiola’s side take a step towards retaining the title.
Wenger told beIN Sports: “I’m scared for Liverpool that even with one game to go Man City could already have won the championship in the next game but they will fight until the end.
“It looks like there is a destiny against Liverpool. They dominated for a long period in English football and suddenly from 89-90 until today they cannot win the championship anymore.
“And every time there is small things against them.”
Liverpool travel to Newcastle on Saturday in between their two Champions League semi-final clashes with Barcelona.
They then host Wolves, who are chasing a Europa League spot, on the final day of the season.
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