The only certainty in these times is uncertainty. And the fate of the Premier League this season is no different. Top-flight clubs will meet on Thursday to deliberate their next move after the opposition was halted last Friday over fears of the spread of coronavirus.
Premier League enthusiasts from all over the world are invited to book Premier League tickets from our online ticketing platform. Liverpool followers can book Liverpool Tickets from our website on exclusively discounted prices.
Liverpool currently stands 25 points clear at the summit and requires only six more points from their remaining nine games to secure the championship for the first time since 1990. Several options are available to the Premier League, from canceling the season and handing the title to the Reds through to declaring void the campaign and pretending it never happened.
Each is fraught with issues and complications. However, one drastic choice that hasn’t yet been considered (and hopefully never will) concerns a promotional tool used at the start of the season. ‘The Script of the Season’ was commissioned by BT Sport to crunch the numbers for every Premier League game, with the course of the campaign plotted throughout their handout.
Some players, such as Liverpool’s Fabinho, took great umbrage at the fact Manchester City once again denied the Reds top spot. But we only need the last nine or so games. And here’s what would happen if the BT Sport script is used to decide the remainder of the Premier League season.
Manchester City’s 3-0 win over Arsenal in their game in hand means Liverpool still need six points going into their residual fixtures. The first ends in a 1-1 draw at Goodison in the Merseyside derby, while City keeps up their chase with a 5-0 thrashing of Burnley.
The next round of games proves conclusive, as Liverpool beat Crystal Palace 4-2 and City are held to a 1-1 draw at Chelsea, making it mathematically impossible for the Reds to be caught. The city takes out their frustration with a 4-1 win over Jurgen Klopp’s side in the next game, but Liverpool responds by thrashing Aston Villa 4-0 and winning 1-0 at Brighton and Hove Albion.
However, their hopes of reaching the 100-point mark are dashed by a home 1-1 draw at Burnley and a 3-1 loss at Arsenal. A 2-1 win over Chelsea at Infield followed by a 1-0 final-day victory at Newcastle United mean Liverpool end the campaign on 99 points. City finished on 83 points, Klopp’s men finishing just the 16 points clear.
We are offering tickets for Premier league so Football fans can get Premier League Tickets through our trusted online ticketing market place. SportTicketExchange.com is the most reliable source to book Premier League tickets.