Finally, the wait is over! Liverpool will be crowned Premier League champions for the first time in more than 30 years.
Jurgen Klopp and his players are definitely happy with their latest achievement having narrowly missed out on the trophy in the previous season.
Liverpool fans are already celebrating their triumph on Social media as #LFCchampions and #YNWA are currently one of the trending hashtag(s) on Twitter.
You can literally feel the excitement around Anfield even if the Reds supporters won’t be allowed to storm the Stadium due to the coronavirus pandemic.
However, they won’t lift the trophy until they are done battling their bitter rival Chelsea at the Anfield Stadium later tonight.
The Blues are through to this season’s FA Cup final after their resounding 3-1 victory over Manchester United on Sunday.
They are full of confidence at the moment and they will hope to continue their impressive form against the awaiting Champions.
Though the race for a top-four finish isn’t over yet, the club from West London are slightly guaranteed of a place after leapfrogging Leicester City to the third position.
A win against the Reds will definitely help them cement their spot among the clubs who will represent the League in next season’s European competition.
As for the Premier League Champions — who will never walk alone, nothing is at stake except for their pride.
They are no longer eligible to break Manchester City’s 100-point record.
Hence, the boys are not under any pressure to deliver.
That doesn’t mean Klopp will name a weak squad as he knows it is important to win such big game at home.
Having lost 4-0 to Manchester City and 2-1 to Arsenal, Klopp will definitely want to prove a point against the Blues who are equally one of the best teams in the world.
We expect a very strong performance from both teams as Chelsea are also going to do everything possible to pick all-important three points.
However, Perfectlifeng’s Ibukun Italoye is tipping the Reds to defeat the Blues by a lone goal.
It will likely end 1-0 in favor of the home team — the EPL Champions — Liverpool.