The race for the Premier League title looks as though it’s going right down to the wire.
Liverpool lead Manchester City by two points but Pep Guardiola’s have a game in hand.
That game in hand takes place on Wednesday as City travel to Old Trafford to face Manchester United.
It’s hard not to consider that Manchester derby as the match that will decide the league title.
But do United fans really want to take points from City to hand the title to Liverpool?
Of course, the Red Devils are desperate for three points of their own as they battle for a top-four finish.
But who do their fans want to win the league?
Well, bookmakers Paddy Power has conducted a survey asking fans of every Premier League club whether they want Liverpool or Man City to win the league.
Here’s how they voted (information via the Mirror):
Liverpool fans | Liverpool 100% – 0% Manchester City
Huddersfield Town fans | Liverpool 75% – 25% Manchester City
Fulham fans | Liverpool 73% – 27% Manchester City
Bournemouth fans | Liverpool 72% – 28% Manchester City
Wolves fans | Liverpool 72% – 28% Manchester City
West Ham fans | Liverpool 71% – 29% Manchester City
Newcastle fans | Liverpool 64% – 36% Manchester City
Crystal Palace fans | Liverpool 62% – 38% Manchester City
Leicester fans | Liverpool 60% – 40% Manchester City
Cardiff fans | Liverpool 59% – 41% Manchester City
Watford fans | Liverpool 56% – 44% Manchester City
Tottenham fans | Liverpool 53% – 47% Manchester City
Arsenal fans | Liverpool 53% – 47% Manchester City
Brighton fans | Liverpool 52% – 48% Manchester City
Burnley fans | Liverpool 50% – 50% Manchester City
Southampton fans | Liverpool 48% – 52% Manchester City
Chelsea fans | Liverpool 47% – 53% Manchester City
Manchester United fans | Liverpool 36% – 64% Manchester City
Everton fans | Liverpool 33% – 67% Manchester City
Manchester City fans | Liverpool 0% – 100% Manchester City
Right now, Liverpool can’t do too much other than just keep winning and hope City slip up somewhere. There’s a real possibility that the Reds could finish second on 97 points having lost just once all season – to Man City.
But Klopp knows that he just needs to concentrate on Liverpool’s next match – a home game against already relegation Huddersfield on Friday.
“In the end, we will see how many points we have and then we get what we get,” he said after Liverpool beat Cardiff.
“We are motivated to play for this club. We have no influence on the other games, it is how it is. Our next game is against Huddersfield, which will be difficult again for different reasons.
“Some people up in Liverpool might ask us if we are thinking about Barcelona in the Champions League semi-finals. We will be completely focused on Huddersfield.
“On Wednesday, there is a game as well [between Manchester United and Manchester City]. When we played Manchester United, they were in a much better moment than they are now and that was 0-0.”