Jamie Carragher: The Premier League title still on for Liverpool

Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher insists the Reds still have a great chance of winning the Premier League title

Jamie Carragher insists Liverpool can still win the Premier League title this season.

The Reds are two points clear at the top of the table but Manchester City can leapfrog the Reds on goal difference if the Citizens win their game in hand.

Liverpool had been favourites to lift the English top-flight crown until Chelsea secured a 2-0 win against Brendan Rodgers’s side at Anfield on Sunday.

City go to Liverpool’s derby rivals Everton this weekend, and former Reds centre-half Carragher is confident that Rodgers’s men still have a good chance of ending their 24-year wait.

“Liverpool have an easier game [next week] against Crystal Palace. City go to Everton and they could easily draw or lose at Goodison Park,” Carragher told Sky Sports.

“Liverpool have still got a great chance if they win their last two games. This title is still on, and that’s message that they should hammer home.”

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