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UPDATED: February 16th, 2020
Liverpool will win the 2019-20 Premier League title.
When will they do it? Likely sooner than any other team in Premier League history.
After 26 matches, the Reds currently sit a staggering 25 points clear of FFP violating Manchester City. Third-place Leicester are 24 off the pace.
Here’s what Liverpool needs to do to clinch.
The math here is simple. There are 12 matches left for each club. That means there are 36 available.
Liverpool currently lead by 25 points. If City were to win all of their remaining matches (🤣🤣🤣😂😂😂) their max total would be 90 points. Liverpool currently sit with 76 points. They then need 15 points to clinch.
That means they need to win just five more matches with City dropping no points.
Here are the Reds next matches:
Liverpool will be heavily favored in all of those. Only Everton are in the top half of the table. Liverpool’s next four opponents are all fighting relegation.
If City and Liverpool win out their next four matches, then the Reds will be set to clinch at home vs Palace on the 21st.
After that, the lads from Anfield’s remaining schedule isn’t all that much more difficult.
Only Man City (in a half-filled Etihad) pose a real challenge.
We’ll continue to update this table as matches progress. For now, here’s a look at when Liverpool will clinch the Premier League.
The earliest possible date the Reds could clinch is vs Bournemouth on March 7th. However, that would require City to lose to West Ham (unlikely) and at Leicester (possible) while Liverpool win out.
City travel to Old Trafford on March 8th and Chelsea on March 21st. The possibility of dropping points is significant. The reality is, Liverpool will likely clinch before the earliest possible date as of now, which is the 21st vs Palace.
|Matchday / Date||Opponent||Liverpool Points||Points Needed to Clinch||Can Liverpool clinch?|
|26 - February 15||@ Norwich||73||18||No|
|27 - February 24||West Ham||76||15||No|
|28 - February 29||@ Watford||TBD||TBD||No|
|29 - March 7||Bournemouth||TBD||TBD||TBD|
|30 - March 16||@ Everton||TBD||TBD||TBD|
|31 - March 21||Crystal Palace||TBD||TBD||YES|
|32 - April 4||@ Manchester City||TBD||TBD||YES|
|33 - April 11||Aston Villa||TBD||TBD||YES|
|34 - April 18||@ Brighton||TBD||TBD||YES|
|35 - April 25||Burnley||TBD||TBD||YES|
|36 - May 2||@ Arsenal||TBD||TBD||YES|
|37 - May 9||Chelsea||TBD||TBD||YES|
|38 - May 17||@ Newcastle||TBD||TBD||YES|
No team has ever had greater title odds than Liverpool at this point in the season. The Reds are -100000 as of February 10th on FanDuel Sportsbook to win the Premier League.
Oddsmakers aren’t as bullish that they will match Arsenal’s Invincibles and go unbeaten. On DraftKings Sportsbook, Liverpool are +250 to go unbeaten and -400 to still lose a match.
For total trophies, the Reds are:
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