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Liverpool fans react to Stan Collymore’s verdict on Premier League title race

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Liverpool fans react to Stan Collymore’s verdict on Premier League title race

Stan Collymore has warned that the Premier League title race is not completely over yet – and some Liverpool fans have responded to agree with urging on the side of caution.

Jurgen Klopp’s side annihilated second-placed Leicester 4-0 on Boxing Day away from home and it was another great day for them on Friday.

The Reds saw third-placed and reigning champions Manchester City slip to a 3-2 defeat away to Wolverhampton Wanderers.

It means that Liverpool are 13 points clear of Leicester and 14 points of Manchester City, as well as having a game in hand on both teams.

The Merseyside giants are running away with it in this season’s title bid at the halfway stage and the only thing stopping their 100 per cent league record so far is a draw with Manchester United.

But ex-Liverpool forward Collymore was keen to insist on Friday night that his former side aren’t over the line for the title yet and still have plenty of work to do.

“Still not calling the title. A full half season left, some calling it have short memories! Overwhelming favourites but think of it as a team being 3-0 up in a Champions League Final at half time, or a team 12 points clear in the run in… Think we’ve seen that open before..” Collymore wrote on his personal Twitter account.

(Photo by Plumb Images/Leicester City via Getty Images)

A selection of Liverpool supporters on social media are being cautious with their team’s position.

They have been by far the best team in the division so far and it would take a major collapse for them to miss out on a first Premier League title in their history.

But Klopp’s mentality of taking each game at a time appears to have been mirrored with supporters and they have suffered Premier League heartache in the past.

Here are some Liverpool fans on Collymore’s comments:

 

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