Crouch, who retired this summer, spent three seasons at Anfield and represented a number of Premier League clubs.
But he’s not tipping any of his former sides to win the league with Crouch going for reigning champions Manchester City to lift the trophy again.
Crouch told the Daily Mail: “I’m not exactly putting my neck on the line but I am confident they [Man City] will win the title again.
“The only thing that I can see tripping them up is a run in the Champions League — the competition that Pep Guardiola wants to win more than anything.
“The players will feel the same but I still cannot understand why the fans put the Premier League above Europe.
“I know enough City supporters to know how much pride they have in being England’s best team and they tell me that’s what they want again.
“Barring any false steps, they will be too strong for the rest.
“Raheem Sterling and Sergio Aguero go from strength to strength; Rodri impressed me in the Community Shield and looks the perfect successor to Fernandinho.
“City set standards that are almost impossible to match. The team to beat.”