Pep Guardiola weathered the Anfield 'Tsunami' but the title is pretty much in Liverpool's hands

Alexis Mac Allister celebrates with his Liverpool team-mates after scoring against Manchester City in March 2024.
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They say that decisions even themselves out over the course of a season, but that must be exceptionally difficult for Jurgen Klopp to believe after his team were on the wrong end of yet another highly controversial decision against his side.

Liverpool have failed to win in any of their head-to-head ties against their two title rivals, Manchester City and Arsenal, but in both home games, which each ended in 1-1 draws, they can feel aggrieved.

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Matt Ladson is the co-founder and editor of This Is Anfield, the independent Liverpool news and comment website, and covers all areas of the Reds for FourFourTwo – including transfer analysis, interviews, title wins and European trophies. As well as writing about Liverpool for FourFourTwo he also contributes to other titles including Yahoo and Bleacher Report. He is a lifelong fan of the Reds.