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13/09/2017 - 16:57 BST

Jamie Carragher Rates Liverpool and Spurs As Only Two English Clubs Not Amongst Champions League Favourites


Jamie Carragher thinks that Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur are the only clubs amongst the English contingent in the Champions League this season who cannot be considered amongst the favourites to lift the trophy. 

Liverpool booked their spot in the Champions League by navigating the playoff round this season after a finish of fourth in the Premier League in the prior campaign.

Spurs meanwhile came second in the Premier League and the pair are joined by Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United in the tournament.

Carragher thinks Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United can be classed amongst the favourites to win the Champions League, with the former defender notably leaving Liverpool and Spurs off the list.

He told Danish daily Ekstra Bladet: "I see six or seven favourites to win the trophy: Real Madrid, Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain, Bayern Munich, Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United."

Carragher believes that his former club Liverpool lack European experience, but should have enough to move through to the knockout stage in the new year.

"In my opinion, Liverpool are not potential winners of the Champions League this season", he said.

"They lack European experience, but they can get into the knockout phase – and then you know anything can happen in those matches."

Both Liverpool and Tottenham are in Champions League action this evening with the Reds hosting Sevilla at Anfield, while Spurs welcome Borussia Dortmund to Wembley.

Manchester City meanwhile, who Carragher rates as potential winners, are in the Netherlands to take on Feyenoord.