Liverpool will find it difficult to argue that they have had a good season by any strecth of the imagination.

Last year’s Premier League champions were expected to go from strength to strength after obtaining their first league title in 30 years, however things have been incredibly difficult for Jurgen Klopp’s side, with everything seemingly going against them.

Indeed, the Reds have arguably been one of the most unfortunate clubs in the world of football when it comes down to injuries, with many of their key players having gone down at various parts of the season with season-ending injuries.

Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez, Joel Matip and Jordan Henderson are just some of the names to have gone down, leaving Liverpool to continually shuffle the pack and try and find a number of solutions that work, which has made them a difficult option for punters to bet on after finding the best betting option on allvideoslots.

Furthermore, their attack – except Mohamed Salah – has been largely ineffective at times as both Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino have had poor seasons, whilst goalkeeper Alisson Becker has had a turbulent campaign that will have had an impact on his game through no fault of his own.

Due to the issues that they have had on the pitch, Champions League football next season had looked incredibly unlikely until the goalkeeper scored a brilliant header against West Bromwich Albion in the dying moments to keep their hopes alive.

Klopp has also revealed that obtaining a finish would be his greatest achievement, despite having won the Premier League and the Champions League in the last two years.

Nonetheless, it appears that Liverpool will be able to win a title at the end of the season, though, as they will win the Fair Play award as they have been the cleanest club in the Premier League.

The Reds have picked up just 38 yellow cards this season – which works out to almost one per game – whilst they have not been shown a card that is the same colour of their jersey. Burnley are the closest to them, however they have picked up a total of 47 yellows and no reds.

If Liverpool were not to win the Fair Play award, they would need to have almost every single player that plays be cautioned whilst Burnley would need to escape without one from their final game of the season.

However, it should not come as a surprise that Liverpool could win this award, as they have done so for the last five times in a row, whilst also being the ninth time that the club have won it since the start of the Premier League, which happens to be a record.