Fri 20 May 2022 | 17:34

Alexander-Arnold enjoying Liverpool's quadruple journey

Even though Liverpool aren't likely to win the title on the last day of the Premier League, Trent Alexander-Arnold says their quest for a quadruple has been historic.

Trent Alexander-Arnold



's chance at a quadruple is one of the best seasons for a Premier League team, no matter what happens with their title fight with

Manchester City

on the last day of the season.

When they play Wolves at Anfield,

Jurgen Klopp

's team is still in the running for a second Premier League title. They have already won the EFL Cup and FA Cup, and reached the final of the Champions League.

Liverpool is one point behind City and has a worse goal difference, so the Reds will need

Pep Guardiola

's team to lose against Aston Villa at home if they want to keep their hopes of a unique quadruple alive.

Liverpool and City are playing at a fast pace at the top of the Premier League table this season. The Reds have won 15 of their last 18 league games and drawn three. City are unbeaten in their last 11 league games after saving a 2-2 draw at West Ham last Sunday (eight wins, three draws).

Alexander-Arnold was on the Liverpool team that finished second in the 2018-19 season, even though the Reds had 97 points and City had 98. City finished one point ahead of Liverpool. The England player thinks that Liverpool's performance on four fronts this season is a historic achievement for a Premier League team, no matter who wins the title on Sunday.

"I think back in March or April I thought, 'This is going to happen again,' but when there are seven or eight games left, you think, 'Surely someone has to drop a few points,'" the full-back told

Sky Sports


"We drew 1-1 at home with Tottenham last month, but the game was pretty even and there was nothing we could do about it. If you think back to January, when we were far behind them, you'll remember that we fought back and are now in a great position.

"I think that pushing as hard as we have in all competitions this season has to be one of the best team performances in Premier League history over the course of a season. We've brought every trophy to the last game, which is really all you can ask for, and I think that's a great accomplishment no matter what happens on Sunday."

Liverpool will be very sure they can do their part because they haven't lost any of their last 22 Premier League games at home (17 wins, five draws). If Liverpool doesn't lose to Wolves, it will be the fifth time in Premier League history that they haven't lost at home for the whole season. This is tied for the most by any club (alongside Chelsea).

But City's last 13 seasons have ended with 10 wins, 2 draws, and 1 loss. They haven't lost on the last day of the season since 2013 when they lost 3-2 to Norwich City. Meanwhile, the defending champions have won nine of their last 10 Premier League games against Villa.

source: SportMob

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