Jurgen Klopp Liverpool
Jurgen Klopp Liverpool

The 2018-19 season of the Premier League has completed four successful matchweek and after four games Liverpool are undoubtedly the best team in the land.

Jurgen Klopp’s side have won all the games meaning they are sitting pretty at the top of the table followed by Chelsea who are second just on goal difference.

Defending champions Manchester City have picked up 10 points from their first four games but many pundits believe that Pep Guardiola’s side will win the title once again.




Almost every major player believes that Manchester City will be the team to beat this season while Liverpool will come in a close second at the end of the season.




There are conflicts on the other two sides of the top four but the fact that Man City and Liverpool will finish first and second are almost unanimous.

But a certain Neymar Jr does not think so.




The PSG star returned to Barcelona recently for a Poker Stars event and it was here that Express quizzed him about the top four of the English Premier League.

While Neymar believed that Manchester City will win the Premier League title but according to him Liverpool are not good enough to even make it to the top four.




Neymar Jr feels that Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United will come in second at the end of the season followed by Chelsea.

Tottenham Hotspur will be the final club inside the top four.




Neymar’s Top 4 of the Premier League:

  1. Manchester City.
  2. Manchester United.
  3. Chelsea.
  4. Tottenham Hotspur.





This prediction from Neymar is certainly shocking  – more so when Jurgen Klopp’s side have made such a superb start to the new campaign.

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