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Liverpool fans joke about 'conspiracy theory' surrounding Arsenal's 'unfair' Premier League run-in

Liverpool fans joke about 'conspiracy theory' surrounding Arsenal's 'unfair' Premier League run-in

Both teams could be fighting for the Premier League title.

Liverpool fans have concocted a conspiracy theory about Arsenal's conclusion to the Premier League campaign.

Both teams will hope to still be in the race for the Premier League title come May, with Manchester City also in contention currently.

It could, therefore, be a final day for the ages, with City looking to win their fourth consecutive title, Arsenal hoping to lift their first Premier League crown in 20 years, and Liverpool aiming for their second and final title under Jurgen Klopp before he leaves the club.

As things stand, Liverpool will host Wolves at Anfield on matchweek 38, in a repeat of their final day fixture in the 2021/22 season that saw them narrowly miss out on beating City to the title.

Pep Guardiola's side also have a home clash against West Ham in what could be yet another crowning moment at the Etihad Stadium.

Arsenal, meanwhile, take on Liverpool's Merseyside rivals Everton.

As you would probably expect, that has caused Liverpool supporters to jokingly come up with an outlandish conspiracy theory.

Of course, such a scenario is nothing more than jokingly in the minds of Liverpool supporters, with Everton regardless potentially needing points from that game to stay in the Premier League.

Sean Dyche's side drew 1-1 with Crystal Palace at Goodison Park, taking them out of the relegation zone on goal difference at the expense of Luton.

Without the 10-point deduction from the Premier League, though, Everton would have been in 12th place, having won eight games so far this season.

An appeal against the severity of the deduction is set to be heard imminently, meaning the Toffees may have a slightly easier task when it comes to beating the drop.

They are, however, yet to register a Premier League win in 2024, having gone eight games without victory.

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Topics: Liverpool, Premier League, Arsenal, Manchester City, Everton