The red train steams on
The champions to be travel to relegation pending Norwich in their bid for a maiden Premier League title on Sunday afternoon during matchday 26. Will the red train run over the lowly Canaries or will Liverpool succumb to the rising pressure?
The Canaries find themselves rockbottom, 7 points up to 17th placed Aston Villa and safety. 7 points is a massive mountain to climb in their situation, especially given the fact that all teams above them are without a doubt better.
Dark times indeed
Daniel Farke's men have scored the second lowest amount of goals and conceded the most, in other words, not a recipe for success. Basically, Norwich deserve to be in the position they are in but the question is, do they have what it takes to mount a comeback? "A great escape" much like what Crystal Palace managed during the 17/18 season.
Too little too late?
There have been certain glimpses but they have come too far, too wide and much to seldom. With just 4 wins to their name they know that a possible comeback will most likely not materialise against the likes of Liverpool because they simply lack the talent.
The reds will be looking to claim their 25th win of the season out of a possible 26 which is absolutely staggering. It's been a while but it finally looks like there is a side with the ability to match Arsenal's 2003/04 invincible's side.
An unstoppable force
Jurgen Klopp's lads have by far the best goal difference in the league having scored 60 goals and conceding a mere 15 in the process. They are so dominant that they have actually managed to keep a clean sheet in 8 of their last 9 games which does not bode well for a Norwich side that has seen its goalscoring ability greatly diminished in recent times.
Absolutely nothing is pointing in favour of Norwich which surprises no one meaning that this is yet another opportunity for Liverpool to increase their lead of the stuttering 2nd placed Manchester city.
Just sit back and enjoy the dominance
There is really not much to say that has not already been said other than the fact that Liverpool are deep in the process of wrapping things up and that Norwich will just be yet another stepping stone on their way to the title.
Given Liverpools dominance i will be backing a Liverpool (1) handicap win at the surprisingly high odds of 77/100 with Betway.