Liverpool winning the Premier League is no longer a matter of if and now a matter of when. The Reds are streaks ahead of their competition, currently boasting a 22 point lead over Manchester City – a gap which could temporarily be extended to 25 points with a victory over Norwich. The dominance Liverpool have over the rest of the league could cost them an invincible season.
At this rate we could see Jürgen Klopp’s men scure the Premier League title in record breaking time.
The current earliest date for securing the title is the 14th of April, when Manchester United secured the 2000-01 championship.
If The Reds keep winning then they will secure the trophy on the 21st of March at home to Crystal Palace, if there are any more slip ups from Manchester City then the win could come as early as the 16th of March away to Everton.
With the title now a done deal, the question has become: will they do it unbeaten?
An early Liverpool title win could harm their chances of going invincible.
With the Champions League also a priority we would likely see Jürgen Klopp resting key players at the weekend when we have European matches midweek.
Trent Alexander-Arnold would likely give way to Neco Williams, Mo Salah to Harvey Elliott and Jordan Henderson to Curtis Jones.
Whilst our youth players have demonstrated on a number of occasions this season that they are more than ready for sporadic first team action, playing weakened sides in the Premier League when the rest of the division still have it all to play for and are out for a big scalp could harm the chances Liverpool have of remaining invincible.
Does going unbeaten matter? Not really. Winning with a record points total is far more impressive. Better still, winning the Premier League and Champions League is as impressive as it gets.