Liverpool have been good this season. Phenomenal, actually.
So good that they have remarkably taken 58 points from a possible 60 so far, having drawn just one and won 19 of their 20 matches at just over the halfway stage.
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Two seasons ago Manchester City broke all sorts of records to amass an unprecedented 100 points in the Premier League, but if Jurgen Klopp’s men continue at their current rate then that total will surely be broken and there will be another set of ‘Centurions’ in our midst.
They will be targeting another win on the road at Tottenham – live on talkSPORT – on Saturday from 5:30pm.
And another stat has now emerged which shows just how dominant Liverpool have been in comparison to the rest of the league.
If Liverpool and their closest rivals all continue to gather points at their current rates, the European champions will win the Premier League title on the weekend of March 14-15 – an away clash at Everton in the Merseyside derby – smashing the earliest title win record by a whole MONTH.
Either the standard of the Premier League has significantly dropped in recent years or we may well be witnessing one of the best sides ever in football. Or both.
It’s got to the stage where Arsenal fans are now fearing that their unbeaten ‘Invincibles’ season could now be replicated and even bettered by the Anfield club, who simply do not look like they will get beaten by anyone side in the division.
However, Gunners fans will take comfort in the fact that Klopp’s men still have to travel to the Etihad, where they will be biting their nails in the hope that City get the three points.
Saturday is GameDay on talkSPORT as we bring you THREE live Premier League commentaries across our network, including Tottenham vs Liverpool at 5:30pm