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Peter Crouch believes Liverpool's title chances have GONE after 1-1 draw against Tottenham - as Rio Ferdinand claims Man City have 'one hand' on the Premier League crown ahead of Newcastle clash Liverpool's title hopes took a big hit after they were held to a draw by Tottenham Former striker Peter Crouch says Manchester City will win remaining games  Rio Ferdinand has claimed Manchester City now have 'one hand on the title' Pep Guardiola's side will go three points clear at the top if they beat Newcastle 

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Former striker Peter Crouch believes the Premier League title is now out of Liverpool's grasp following their draw with Tottenham.

Jurgen Klopp's side were held to a 1-1 draw by the north London side, having needed Luis Diaz's deflected strike to cancel out Son Heung-min's opener. 

Crouch said City will go on to win their remaining games and clinch the title, and Rio Ferdinand mirrored those views by claiming Pep Guardiola's side 'have one hand on the title'. 

Liverpool's title hopes took a big hit after they were held to a draw by Tottenham at Anfield

Liverpool's title hopes took a big hit after they were held to a draw by Tottenham at Anfield 

When asked if Liverpool's title chances are gone, Crouch told BT Sport: 'I’d have to say yes. The standards these two clubs have set, they don’t lose many, they don’t draw many, you’d expect City to go on and win every game now.

'We said before the game this could be the potential banana skin because Tottenham

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