Liverpool fans have gathered in their thousands to welcome the team bus to Anfield on Saturday afternoon.
Jurgen Klopp's side are holding onto hope that Aston Villa can cause a monumental upset at the Etihad Stadium, and they can best Wolves. Should Liverpool leapfrog Manchester City on the final day, Klopp's side would remain on course for an unprecedented quadruple.
And the Liverpool fans certainly believe as flares were set off and flags flown to the tune of 'You'll Never Walk Alone'. In one video, showing the bus arriving, you can just about make out the bus as it moves through a sea of red smoke.
One fan simply added: "How it’s done!"
"What a photo that is," a second added after seeing a snap of the bus rolling towards Anfield, before adding: "Best fans around!" A third tweeted: "No club or supporters come close !!! Unbelievable!"
Another joked: "The difference between the Manchester City bus entering compared to the Liverpool bus entering the arena is f***** hilarious, City literally have no fans!"
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While Liverpool are one point behind City, they have every reason to be confident going into Sunday's clash.
And the Reds will be hoping two of their most famous sons will have a role in that as Philippe Coutinho and Steven Gerrard could both have a hand in City dropping points.
Another video showed the bus travelling under the famous mural of Liverpool legend Ian Rush.
"The Ian Rush mural looking absolutely stunning amidst a sea of red," one fan offered.
Rush himself has weighed in the chances of a quadruple on Merseyside: “If Liverpool win the quadruple, they'd actually go down as the best team ever – simply because no one's done it. If they are to win the quadruple then they would go down in history as the best team ever.”
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