Liverpool just 2 wins away from historic title as EPL resumes 17 June
- Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool side are two wins away from lifting the 2019/20 Premier League title.
- The Premier League is set to restart its 2019/20 campaign on Wednesday, 17 June.
- At the bottom of the table Norwich City, Aston Villa and Bournemouth occupy the relegation positions with Bournemouth (18th) level on 27 points with Watford (17th) and West Ham United (16th).
Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool side are two wins away - regardless of what any other team does - from lifting the 2019/20 Premier League title.
In fact, they could even be crowned champions as early as their first game back, should results go their way.
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The Premier League is set to restart its 2019/20 campaign on Wednesday, 17 June and Klopp's side would take another step towards being crowned champions if their nearest rivals Manchester City are beaten by Arsenal in their blockbuster clash on the 'opening' day.
Liverpool hold a massive 25-point lead at the top of the table with nine matches remaining over second-placed City who have 10 matches to play.
Pep Guardiola's City side sit on 57 points from 28 matches played with a maximum of 30 more points up for grabs which would take their total points tally to 87.
The Reds who currently sit on 82 points therefore only need only six points for a total of 88 points from their remaining fixtures to be crowned champions.
A City home loss to Arsenal would see their maximum total points drop to 84, meaning Liverpool would only require a win in their first match to be champions of England once again.
Liverpool's first match is yet to be confirmed.
Meanwhile, at the bottom of the table, Norwich City, Aston Villa and Bournemouth occupy the relegation positions with Bournemouth (18th) level on 27 points with Watford (17th) and West Ham United (16th).
Remaining Premier League fixtures for relegation-threatened sides:
West Ham United: Man United, Newcastle, Norwich City, Tottenham, Wolves, Aston villa, Watford, Burnley, Chelsea
Watford: Arsenal, Burnley, Chelsea, Leicester, Man City, Newcastle, Norwich, Southampton, West Ham
Bournemouth: Crystal Palace, Southampton, Leicester City, Tottenham, Newcastle, Everton, Man City, Man United, Wolves
Aston Villa: Chelsea, Sheffield United, Arsenal, Crystal Palace, Man United, Wolves, Everton, Liverpool, Newcastle, West Ham
Norwich City: Arsenal, Man City, Chelsea, Everton, Southampton, Burnley, West Ham, Brighton, Watford
- Compiled by Baden Gillion