If Liverpool continue to perform as they are, then they will become only the second team in the Premier League to finish an entire season unbeaten, after Arsenal achieved that feat in their remarkable title-winning campaign in 2004.
Liverpool will visit their arch-rivals on March 16th, and the Reds could have their first Premier League title confirmed before the two clubs face off.
Brighton have avoided defeat after trailing by two goals on three occasions, the first two coming in September 2018 when they drew 2-2 with Fulham and Southampton.
If everything goes Liverpool's way and Man City endure a nightmare period, the earliest they can win the title is against Bournemouth on March 7th.
He's been named on the bench in six Premier League games so far this season, but is still waiting for Reds boss Jurgen Klopp to give him his top-flight debut.
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The boss saw off competition from Pep Guardiola (Manchester City), Ralph Hasenhuttl (Southampton) and Nigel Pearson (Watford) to secure the accolade for the eighth time during his Anfield reign.
Manchester City are Liverpool's nearest challengers.
However, any points dropped by City would potentially bring forward Liverpool's crowning moment - indeed, another slip-up could even see Klopp's men given the chance to claim the title in just five games' time, in the Merseyside derby against Everton at Goodison Park.
First-team regulars will bag approximately £150,000 on top of the standard win bonuses they get during the season.
Not one to take defeat lightly, the loss was remembered for the "Pizza-gate" antics post-match, Cesc Fabregas throwing some Italian delicacies in the direction of United manager Sir Alex Ferguson as tempers flared in the tunnel at the full-time whistle.