Home News manchester united wont finish in top four lallana

Manchester United won’t finish in top four: Lallana

Updated

on

Disclosure
We sometimes use affiliate links in our content, when clicking on those we might receive a commission – at no extra cost to you. By using this website you agree to our terms and conditions and privacy policy.

Adam Lallana

Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana is confident that his team will finish in top four this season, irrespective of the result on Sunday against Manchester United.

In Q & A session, when Lallana was asked which teams he fancies to finish in top four, he said as quoted by The Mirror: “Chelsea, City, us and Arsenal.”

“Yes, definitely,” replied Lallana, when later asked if he stood by his bold prediction to the students at Liverpool’s Blue Coat School. “There’s a long way to go, and I’m sure everyone has their opinions, but I’m confident we can finish in the top four.

“We could still finish second, third or fourth, realistically, because of the run we’re on and we just need to remain focused.”

Liverpool face fourth placed Manchester United on Sunday at Anfield, where victory for the Reds would see them leap-frog their arch rivals and move into top four.

Lallana’s confidence stems from Liverpool’s impressive turn out in the second half of the season – the Reds are unbeaten in last 16 games, picked up 33 points from the last 39, and are the only team who are yet to lose in the Premier League post January.