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The incredible reason why taking 3 points tomorrow is the only way out for Liverpool

By Charles Cornwall

The incredible reason why taking 3 points tomorrow is the only way out for Liverpool

After Chelsea's loss to Leeds and Manchester City's draw against Newcastle, Liverpool must win at Old Trafford.

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The spotlight is on Liverpool ahead of the Premier League matchday 3 fixture on Monday 22 August. The only thing they need to do is to get three points from tomorrow, which would be the only way out for the team to get closer in the title race against Manchester City.

Liverpool are currently 15th in the Premiership with two draws (two points), seven behind first-placed Arsenal, who are in perfect form this season with three wins in a row. Meanwhile, a great opportunity opens up after Chelsea's defeat and Manchester City's draw, which put them on four and seven points respectively.

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A mistake from goalkeeper Edouard Mendy led to Chelsea's defeat 
3 goals to 0 away to Leeds, a match in which American winger Brenden Aaronson scored his first Premier League goal. The dismissal of centre-back Kalidou Koulibaly late on ended Chelsea's afternoon as they suffered their first defeat of the season. In addition, Koulibaly, one of Chelsea's summer signings, was sent off after 84 minutes for a double booking after tugging at Joe Gelhardt's shirt.

Liverpool vs. Manchester City

Now, the title race, should Liverpool take all 3 points against Manchester United at Old Trafford tomorrow, would be with Manchester City, although we know Arsenal are a strong side, their early season winning streak may falter as the games go on and the big games come against the biggest clubs in the competition.

Manchester City drew 3-3 away to Newcastle in the third round of the Premier League, a match in which new signing Julián Álvarez was benched, but Pep Guardiola did not use him. In a pulsating match, The Citizens were held to their third Premier League win in a row. 


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