Crouch predicts final Premier League table with Liverpool to retain title but it’s bad news for another of his old clubs


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PETER CROUCH has tipped Liverpool to win the title again – but can’t see Tottenham or Arsenal making the top four.

The 39-year-old has predicted how the top-flight table will look at the end of the 2020-21 campaign.

Crouchy predicted it will be a « two-horse race » – but he can’t see Manchester City topping Liverpool.

The ex-England star has predicted Chelsea will finish in third, with Manchester United in fourth.

Speaking to GiveMeSport, he said: « I think Liverpool are winning the league, I really do.

« I think City are an absolute class act, I think they’ve definitely strengthened defensively with Ake.

« People seem to think Liverpool dropped off last year but they won the league at a canter.

« I think Frank’s under a lot more pressure this year but I think the players they’ve signed are real class acts, I like every single one of them.

« Sometimes when you sign players they don’t gel but those are top players and I think they’ll fit right in. »

Surprisingly, he also tipped Leeds to finish in 10th following their promotion from the Championship.

And Fulham backed up his claims as they suffered a shocking 3-0 defeat to Arsenal on the opening day of the season.

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