Liverpool are in pole position to win the Premier League title this season – but is Leicester City now their main rival for the crown?

The Reds are eight points ahead of their win after their 3-1 win over defending champion Manchester City at Anfield on Sunday.

The result left Man City fourth in the standings, one point behind Leicester and Chelsea.

Brendan Rodgers' Fox were in top form and highlighted their talents with an impressive 2-0 win over Arsenal at King Power Stadium on Saturday night.

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As Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur have not managed to meet the challenge so far, we are talking about Leicester as true contenders in the top four.

Or could the 2016 champions go even further than that?

We asked you if Leicester was now the biggest opponent in the title for Liverpool. Here are some of the answers we received on our Facebook page …

Tony Simms: I think so. It looks good for foxes. But we are not yet half way to the Premier League. But it's very exciting.

Alison Gokul: We and Man City … and we still have to play them and Liverpool in the busiest time.

Joseph Ashagwu: See Liverpool sliding from the top of the table Just look and wait until March. Lemme anticipates the classification of the best ranking at the end of the season …

1.Licicester City

2.Liverpool / Man City

3.Liverpool / Man City

4.Chelsea

5. Tottenham

6. Arsenal

Steve Harrison: We continue to forget Chelsea.

Kenny Obilaso: Absolutely!

Angus Sze: Play well every game. Forget the title challenger.

David Gavin: Who else is there ??? Chelsea maybe.

Paul Glover: You can not exclude Chelsea.

Adam Bat Abbott: I will not get excited until March.

Muyideen Abdulkadir: Yes of course.



James Maddison and Jamie Vardy celebrate during Leicester's victory over Arsenal

Ryan Whymark: We and Chelsea yes.

Robert Abrahams: Too early to say, one game at a time.

Habib Benabdllah: Without a doubt.

Kowe Oluwasegun: I think so.

Anne Timson: Why not?

Simon Woodham: I hope that yes – have 20k on lol.

Michael Stoney: Yeah.

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