Frank Lampard makes honest admission about Arsenal, Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp
The Chelsea legend doesn't believe Arsenal nor Liverpool have the consistency to challenge for the title
Frank Lampard has admitted that he doesn’t see Arsenal or Liverpool challenging Chelsea for the Premier League title, although the Blues legend has ousted himself as a Jurgen Klopp fan.
The Premier League leaders are in a comfortable position at the top of the Premier League table with an eight-point gap between Chelsea and their closest rivals Arsenal with games to play.
Liverpool were initially tipped to push Antonio Conte’s side all the way in the title race but Klopp’s men have failed to win a Premier League game in 2017 which has served to undermine their title bid.
Arsenal, meanwhile, required an added-time penalty to ease to three points in a 2-1 win against promoted side Burnley at the Emirates Stadium last weekend.
Speaking to The Daily Mail ahead of Chelsea’s trip to Anfield in their next Premier League game at Anfield on Tuesday night, Lampard explained why he doesn’t expect Arsenal or Liverpool to trouble his former club in the title race.
“I’ve seen what he does. He runs them. They all look fit, lean and know their jobs. They are flying. I watched them against Hull. They were a bit off the pace but win 2-0,” Lampard said.
“Arsenal got out of jail last week but I don’t see them or Manchester City churning wins out like Chelsea. I like Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp but they don’t have the consistency.”