Liverpool final Premier League fixtures compared to Arsenal and Man City as top four spot eyed

Cody Gakpo of Liverpool celebrates his goal with team mates

Liverpool's Premier League title hopes faded after Saturday's 2-2 draw with West Ham United.

The Reds were unable to hold on for all three points at the London Stadium after Michail Antonio headed home an equaliser late on, continuing what has been a miserable month for the club.

Jurgen Klopp's side now know they have little left to fight for this season other than securing a Champions League spot, leaving Arsenal and Manchester City to battle it out for top spot.

Recognising the Reds are essentially out of the race with the top two, Klopp said on Saturday afternoon: "I don't think about it, really. I said before, we need to win our games and we didn't. Did they look like they will lose two or three games? No. I don't think so. I am not angry. We have to win football games and let's see what that means in the end. It's a while ago someone became champion with 84 points."

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Matters were made worse on Sunday afternoon after Arsenal's win away at Tottenham Hotspur moved the Gunners five points clear of Liverpool. Meanwhile, Manchester City were in action at Nottingham Forest and secured an impressive 2-0 win against the Midlanders at the City Ground.

Below is a reminder of the final remaining fixtures for each of the top three teams as the season draws to a close...

1. Arsenal - P35, 80 points

May 4 - Bournemouth (H)

May 12 - Manchester United (A)

May 19 - Everton (H)

2. Manchester City - P34, 79 points

May 4 - Wolves (H)

May 11 - Fulham (A)

May 14 - Tottenham Hotspur (A)

May 19 - West Ham (H)

3. Liverpool - P35, 75 points

May 5 - Tottenham Hotspur (H)

May 13 - Aston Villa (A)

May 19 - Wolves (H)