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EPL: 3 Upcoming Fixtures That Could End Liverpool's Chances Of Making Top 4

Liverpool were eliminated from the Champions League after losing 1-0 at the Bernabeu stadium on Wednesday night, allowing Real Madrid to advance to the quarter finals 6-2 on aggregate.

The Reds were so poor yesterday that they couldn't even score a goal for fans who traveled from England. Their approach to the game never seemed to indicate that they were eager to make a comeback. They were completely dominated by the Real Madrid team, which was composed and had the most shots on goal throughout the game. The damage was done when Karim Benzema scored in the 78th minute to secure a 6-2 aggregate win and send Carlo Ancelotti's men into the quarter-finals.

As things stand, Liverpool is only left with a top-four bid in the Premier League, having crashed out of all competitions this season. The Reds are currently sixth in the Premier League table, with only 11 games remaining to secure a top-four spot. Looking at their next three games, their chances of making the top four could be severely harmed.

Kindly check out their next three games in the premier league below;

Looking at the fixtures above, you'll agree with me that the next few weeks will be difficult for Klopp and his team. Their first game following the defeat to Real Madrid will be against a ferocious Manchester City side, who recently demonstrated their wrath by thrashing Leipzig 7-0 on Tuesday. Liverpool are likely to lose this game given City's push to retain the league title and their current form.

The next game will be against a resurgent Chelsea. The Blues have been in fantastic form recently, winning three consecutive games. They are also vying for a place in the top four and will give it their all when they face Liverpool at Stamford Bridge.

Lastly, they would face the League Leaders, Arsenal, who have not lost in their last six games (5W, 1D). When compared to Liverpool's statistics, this is a strong showing. Although Liverpool will have the advantage of playing at home, their chances of securing a point against Arteta's men are slim.

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