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Danny Murphy on Jurgen Klopp’s consequential week ahead of Man City versus Liverpool

Liverpool face a challenging week ahead, taking on Manchester City, Chelsea, and Arsenal in quick succession. Despite the daunting prospect, Liverpool have performed exceptionally well in big games this season, ranking top in their mini-league against the top six teams. Their struggles this season have been attributed to a lack of focus and complacency against lesser teams, but their performance against the better sides confirms that it’s been more of a mindset issue. Liverpool is still capable of delivering magic moments and hurting the top sides more than anyone else. Their upcoming games against City and Arsenal are crucial in deciding who becomes champions, making Liverpool the most dangerous opponents left. While a top-four finish is vital for Liverpool, their performances this week will also determine their future plans for the summer. Lose all three games, and their top-four hopes end, highlighting the work needed in the summer. However, maintaining the race for Champions League places and sneaking in could breathe new life into the team.

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