Tom Cleverley’s comments should rile Liverpool up ahead of Watford clash


 29 April 2017

Watford midfielder Tom Cleverley has tipped Liverpool to finish outside the top four this season, ahead of the two sides’ clash on Monday night.

Cleverley has previously turned out for both Man United and Everton, ensuring he will be in for a tough night in front of the travelling Kop at Vicarage Road.

But the 27-year-old has only fuelled this further with his prediction for the Premier League‘s top-four race in the buildup to taking on Liverpool.

He has predicted the Reds to finish fifth, losing out on a Champions League place, which will no doubt spur Jurgen Klopp‘s side on in Hertfordshire.

“We will have a big say in what happens at the top of the league,” he told ESPN FC.

“We still have to play City, Chelsea, Liverpool and Everton in the last five games.

“It’s a big challenge for us, but we really want to finish the season strongly and end up in the top 10.

“When you get three points that people don’t expect against the top clubs, it gives you a real buzz.

“You really get the confidence that you can mix it with the best and we will be hoping to do it again on Monday night.

“I think it’ll be Chelsea and Spurs as the top two and then the two Manchester clubs making up the top four.

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