Liverpool currently top the league table with an eight-point gap over Man City ahead of their Premier League clash with Man United this Sunday.
Despite the season being just eight games old, Harry Redknapp reckons Liverpool are on course to lift their first league title in 30 years.
The former Tottenham Hotspur manager has no doubt that Jurgen Klopp’s Reds will become champions after their brilliant start to the season put them eight points clear at the top of the Premier League table.
Pep Guardiola's Citizens are keen to secure a third consecutive league title but following two shock defeats to Norwich and Wolverhampton so far this season, it is clearly going to be a tough task for the champions.
Speaking to the Mirror Sport ahead of Liverpool’s tie against Manchester United this weekend, Redknapp said: ”Liverpool (will be champions). Give them the trophy now. Absolutely, I'm so sure they will win it now. They are eight points clear and playing well.
"If Manchester City were playing great then maybe not - but they have lost two games. They have lost to Wolves at home which everyone thought was an absolute certainty and they got beat at Norwich. Norwich recently got beat 5-1 by Aston Villa at home.
"So they have lost two games that they usually wouldn't. They haven't even played the tough games yet, they have got them to come. I can't see Man City doing it this year."