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Gary Neville still thinks it will be tough for Liverpool to compete with Chelsea and Manchester City for the Premier League title despite the club’s Saturday’s win over Arsenal.
The Reds beat the rivals 4 – 0 as Sadio Mane, Diogo Jota, Mohamed Salah and Takumi Minamino scored the winning goals for their side.
“I think it’s most difficult for Liverpool because they are so finely tuned. I think the other two have bigger squads and better squads,” Neville said on Sky Sports.
“Liverpool, as I said earlier in the season, the best XI, that doesn’t change, but if two or three go missing, then it does cause a real problem.
“What Liverpool will want is to be within a point or two, with four, five or six games to go.
“With that history and that tradition and Jurgen Klopp’s energy, I think then they will become really dangerous.
“But I think to get there will be a bigger struggle for them than it would be for Chelsea and City.”