2019/2020 Fixtures v 2018/2019 Results - Season Comparison

Jimmyscase

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Being a Wiltshire lad originally, my eyes were drawn to a potential arrangement for the Leicester and Man City 'stones' that might encapsulate just how long LFC's season's likely to stand in the record books. Approximately 6,000 years.
@Fowler's Left Peg what about it then? Can we have Skiphenge ;)
 

Nur der BvB09

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Points after 27 games:
79 Liverpool 2019-20(The BEST Team ever in GALAXY!!)
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72 Manchester City 2017-18(THe best Team ever in EPL History!)
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69 Chelsea 2005-06
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67 Arsenal 2003-04
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54 Manchester United 1998-99
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Fowler's Left Peg

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Must admit I did look at the table today and think the same Red Sub ha ha. I take comfort from those Home games we have, Away games can be dodgy but we have the fixtures at Anfield to get the job done I think, Bournemouth now one of our most important games, we bounce back in then no need to worry, lose that and the sweats will start
 

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Bournemouth massive now. And an early kick off too. Which no one likes.
But hey, still very clear at the top - but Man City are starting a run now.

Next 3 games - Chelsea (FA Cup), Bournemouth (League) and Madrid (Champs League) - could be significant.

We walk on.
 

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It needs to be won, but we’re not blowing a 22 point lead.
If one club in the world can do that, it's LFC... ;)

More seriously, Bournemouth is a massive game now, and there will be a lot of pressure on the players' shoulders to win that game. Klopp obviously prioritised that game over the FA cup game. Up to the lads to deliver now. Win this, and there is only Covid-19 stopping us to put our hands on that trophy.
 

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Prior to our loss at Atletico, there was so much positive energy going around. Words like relentless, mentality monsters, overcome, conquered etc were flowing all over the forum and in just a space of 20 days it's the complete opposite. Astonishing really.
 

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Prior to our loss at Atletico, there was so much positive energy going around. Words like relentless, mentality monsters, overcome, conquered etc were flowing all over the forum and in just a space of 20 days it's the complete opposite. Astonishing really.
“You’re only as good as your last game”- Arthur Ashe.
 

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Prior to our loss at Atletico, there was so much positive energy going around. Words like relentless, mentality monsters, overcome, conquered etc were flowing all over the forum and in just a space of 20 days it's the complete opposite. Astonishing really.
If going out of all cups in a pretty weak, uninspiring fashion is the price we need to pay to finally see Liverpool lifting the league trophy, I think all of us would gladly pay it. It's a shame that one week in March will put a stain on an otherwise stellar season (and I've sensed for a while that Man City would win the CL just to steal Liverpool's thunder if nothing else) but as long as the lads can get the league title over the line, I think I'll live with that. The league is not won until it's won, though, and that should be the priority.

That said, aside from crashing out to Atletico, I'm also expecting poor games against Everton, Crystal Palace and Man City. They all seem better organised and focused than Liverpool at the moment, so the lads will have to grind out results against them. In each season under Klopp, the team had an inexplicably dry spell, usually in January but the last year it was end of January and first half of February and this year it's February and March. It's been a long time coming, they rode their luck in quite a few games but, as I said, if that's the price to pay for the first league title in thirty years, I'll settle for it.