Premier League: Luis Enrique Predicts Who Will Win Title as Arsenal, Liverpool, and City Eye Glory

Premier League: Luis Enrique Predicts Who Will Win Title as Arsenal, Liverpool, and City Eye Glory

Fred Kennedy
March 22, 2024 at 8:54 AM
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  • Luis Enrique has predicted the club that could win the EPL title this season
  • Arsenal, Liverpool, and Man City are all in a pole position to lift the crown
  • Only one point separates the Gunners at the top of the log and City in third

Paris Saint-Germain boss, Luis Enrique, has made his Premier League title prediction for this season.

The English top-flight has turned out to be a three-horse race, with Arsenal, Liverpool, and Manchester City all in a pole position to cart home the trophy.

Only one point separates the Gunners at the top of the table and reigning champions, City, who sit third.

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A detailed view of the Premier League trophy prior to the Premier League match between Manchester City and Aston Villa at Etihad Stadium. Photo by Michael Regan.
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Mikel Arteta's men, who are keen to win the league for the first time in close to two decades, have racked up 64 points in 28 outings, and sit level on points with second-placed Liverpool.

With only 10 games left to end the season and barely anything to separate the top three teams, the title race has been backed to go down the wire.

Enrique's EPL title prediction

However, Enrique has shared his perspective on how the Premier League title race could pan out, even as the three English giants eye a shot at glory.

PSG Talk reports that the Spaniard took the opportunity of the international break to return to Twitch, where he made his prediction.

According to the former Barcelona boss, while he is keen to see Arteta help Arsenal lift the title, hardly anyone could rule out City from defending the crown.

"I would like it to be Mikel [Arteta]," Enrique said.
"And if it’s not him, I would like it to be Pep [Guardiola]. Otherwise, Liverpool or Unai Emery’s Aston Villa. But I think that it’s City who will win," he added.

EPL clubs with the most trophies

Previously, Sports Brief also reported on the EPL clubs with the most trophies after Liverpool won the Carabao Cup last month.

The Reds saw off Chelsea in the final of the domestic tournament played at Wembley Stadium, with Virgil van Dijk the match hero.

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