The Premier League trophy is at Anfield for Liverpool's game against Chelsea

Rex Christensen
April 14, 2019

An interesting little facet of this game is that it will come minutes after the end of Manchester City's match at Crystal Palace.

And Raheem Sterling's first half goal set them on their way.

However none of those games have gone down in history as the one on 27th April 2014 when Steven Gerrard's slip famously contributed to a 2-0 win for Chelsea that dented Liverpool's title challenge.

Eden Hazard has also been turning it on - how can you forget his strike against West Ham - but one man who will relish stopping Hazard in his tracks is Fabinho.

And their supporters are being reminded that this is potentially a historic season everywhere they look.

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Their FA Cup wins against Swansea and Brighton were unconvincing, they struggled in their home match against Cardiff last week and Liverpool can take encouragement from City's slowdown as injuries and their hectic fixture schedule catches up with them.

And among those left miffed was Arsenal legend Ian Wright, who wrote on Twitter: "So sky have got the premier league trophy at Anfield!"

Sunday's visit of Chelsea, nearly exactly five years since Jose Mourinho's team derailed the Reds' title bid with a 2-0 win at Anfield, has resulted in parallels being drawn with the last time the Merseysiders were in contention for the Premier League. Unsurprisingly, Crystal Palace has struggled against the Big Six sides this season, with the exception a 3-2 Manchester City.

Meanwhile for Man City, Kevin De Bruyne and Leroy Sane could inject some freshness back into the squad after sitting out the past couple of games. "It's Anfield and I said it a few times, we have to create the power of Anfield and use it again".

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