‘Arsenal will beat Man Utd’

Klopp expects more twists in the title race. All three teams are yet to face Tottenham Hotspur, while Arsenal travel to Man Utd in the penultimate week of the season.

The Liverpool manager says, however, that Arsenal will “100 per cent” beat Man Utd if the Red Devils play like they did against Liverpool, when they conceded 28 shots.

“It’s for us much more difficult than for all other teams. You usually come to United and people care a little bit more or a little bit less but when we are coming it’s obviously game on, so that’s tricky,” he said.

“We dealt quite well with it, we played now two games and got one point and got knocked out [of the FA Cup] but in all the time since I am here, I don’t think we ever dominated United like we did in these two games. But we didn’t get the result so that’s then how it is, so obviously there is space for improvement. We knew that anyway and we will keep going with all we have, but now we play Europa League.

“If we are still around [in the title race in Matchweek 37] that will be great. Arsenal are a good team. If Man Utd play like they did today, Arsenal will win that game. I’m 100 per cent sure. I’m really sorry to say but it’s a matter of fact. We should have won both games [against Man Utd] and we didn’t. That’s our fault.”

Oli McBurnie poked home in second-half stoppage time to rescue a point for Sheffield United as they pegged Chelsea back twice to draw 2-2 at Bramall Lane.

Chelsea looked all set to register a potentially crucial win in the hunt for a European place when Noni Madueke restored their lead in the 66th minute, after Jayden Bogle had cancelled out Thiago Silva’s early opener.

Yet Chelsea’s inadequacies were again put on display as Mauricio Pochettino’s team failed to clear their lines in the third minute of added time, enabling McBurnie to turn home from close range and send the home fans into raptures.