Liverpool are closing in on their first league title in 30 years. The Reds can also get their hands on the Premier League trophy for the first time, after competition’s inception in 1992.
Jurgen Klopp’s side have been in sensational form this season.
The Merseyside club have dropped just two points throughout the campaign and have opened up a staggering lead over Manchester City.
The reigning champions find themselves lagging 22 points behind and time is not on their side with just 11 games remaining.
But Liverpool chairman Tom Werner has urged fans not to take anything for granted.
“I am pinching myself, but we haven’t done the job yet,” said Werner.
“I keep saying to everyone I talk to that we really need to savour this because I appreciate the record we have achieved so far and I don’t think it is going to come along quickly [again].
“The level of competition in this league is so great eventually you think you are going to have an off day.
“But that hasn’t happened yet, which is a great compliment to Jurgen because obviously, the team is playing at peak talent every week.
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“As Jurgen said, we haven’t done the job. We haven’t accomplished anything yet. There will be time to enjoy this even more at the end of the season.”
When can Liverpool win the Premier League?
The Reds are within touching distance of the Premier League trophy.
Following Monday’s win over West Ham, Klopp’s men just need four more victories – or 12 points – to secure the title.
Liverpool face Watford away this evening, before hosting Bournemouth next weekend.
The Reds then travel to neighbours Everton, followed by a home clash against Crystal Palace.
So, if Liverpool win those four matches, they’ll be crowned champions on Saturday, March 21.
However, their potential progress in the FA Cup could force the Palace fixture to be rescheduled.
Can Liverpool win the Premier League against Everton?
There is a scenario whereby the Reds could be crowned champions at Goodison Park on March 16.
If Man City lose one or draw both of their next two league games, then victory in the Merseyside derby will secure the title for Liverpool.
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