- Liverpool have been tipped to win the 2020/21 Premier League title
- The Reds have won their first two games this season in the English topflight
- Klopp and his men are rated above Manchester City and Arsenal by Bookies
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Liverpool have been reportedly favored to retain their Premier League title for the 2020/21 season according to Bookies who rated Jurgen Klopp and his wards high than other teams.
The Reds have started their campaign this season in the Premier League on an impressive note winning their first two games which is an incredible one.
Klopp and his men will face big task on Monday night, September 28, as they will face Arsenal in their third game of the season.
Arsenal on the other hand have also not lost any game so far and Mikel Arteta and his men are also in good form ahead of this encounter.
According to the report on UK Sun, the Bookies have slashed the odds on Liverpool winning the Premier League title following Manchester City's defeat against Leicester.
But Manchester City would still finish on second position according to the Bookies.
Arsenal would finish on third according to the report which will be a good one for the Gunners fans who want their team to return to Champions League.
See the table below according to the Bookies
2. Manchester City with 6/4
3. Arsenal with 25/1
4. Chelsea with 25/1
5. Leicester with 33/1
6. Manchester United with 33/1
7. Everton with 50/1
8. Tottenham with 50/1
According to the table, it can be seen that Tottenham are not rated among the team that would finish among the top four this term.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Leicester City moved to the top of the Premier League table following their impressive 5-2 win over Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday, September 27.
Leicester City move to top on Premier League table after big win over Man City (see where Chelsea, Man United occupy)
It was an embarrassing defeat for Pep Guardiola and his wards losing their first game of the season at home against Leicester City.
English striker Jamie Vardy scored a hat-trick for Leicester City in his encounter before being replaced with Nigerian star, Kelechi Iheanacho in the 85th minute.
The Super Eagles forward also tried his best to score against his former club, but Iheanacho was denied twice by Ederson.
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