Currently Liverpool top the Premier League table with 82 points and are two points ahead of second placed Manchester City, who have played a game less.
However, Gary Neville thinks that the Reds will bottle the title by joking to Jamie Carragher.
On Thursday Neville took part in The Grand Slam Challenge on Sky Sports alongside Carragher to mark the start of the The Masters. The challenge involved the duo putting balls with golf clubs and cricket bats while wearing helmets to obscure their vision. (via Mirror)
After winning 3-2, Neville said: “This is exactly what’s going to happen to Liverpool at the end of the season.
“The bottle, the nerve, it’s all going to kick in and fall apart right in front of my little eyes.”
After Carragher missed his putt, Neville added: “There you go! Near misses! Hit the post, hit the bar, the referee cost us, the helmet was too big. The excuses will be coming out.
“Last minute, Mo Salah running through on goal, losing 1-0 against Chelsea, Eden Hazard has scored, here he is, Mo,” as Carragher putted wide once more.