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Thiago rejects claim over Liverpool title ‘boost’ in battle with Man City



Liverpool midfielder Thiago Alcantara has admitted going prime of the desk with a win over Watford on Saturday will not change the dynamic of the title race.

Premier League motion returns this weekend and the Reds welcome Watford within the early kick-off on Saturday, earlier than Manchester City face Burnley shortly after. A win towards Roy Hodgson’s facet will take Liverpool above City within the desk, albeit probably simply briefly.

Liverpool sitting prime would definitely put strain on Pep Guardiola’s facet to beat Burnley at Turf Moor, however Thiago says it would not come as a ‘enhance’ for the crew as they will solely depend upon themselves.

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“No, I don’t think so,” he advised liverpoolfc.com. “I don’t think to see us on top before City plays would be a boost.

“No, it’s simply that we’re in a second the place each three factors rely and we’re actually glad to reach at this place and combat and depend upon us.”

Just a single point separates Liverpool and City at the top of the table, but the league title isn’t the only piece of silverware the Reds have their eye on. With the Carabao Cup already secured, Jurgen Klopp’s side remain in contention for both the Champions League and FA Cup.

Liverpool already have eight fixtures to contend in all competitions in April, in what is shaping up to be a busy month for the club. Thiago acknowledged he’s ‘never had a month so exciting’ as they gear up for an intense run-in.

“The other day I was talking with some friends about it and I never had, in the years that I have been involved in football, I never had a month so exciting like this with such important and exciting matches every three days. So it will be amazing,” he added.

“It’s not the most exciting month of my career [but] for sure it is exciting because you are competing against the best, in the best competitions as well, but also because it reminds you that we are in finals.”





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