Liverpool are hoping to qualify for next season’s Champions League for just the second time in the past six years.
Jurgen Klopp’s team currently occupy the fourth Champions League qualifying position. His side has played one more time than the three clubs above them and two more than fifth place Manchester United and sixth place Arsenal.
The Reds’ most difficult test is this weekend as crosstown rivals Everton visit Anfield.
Other challenges include tricky away matches at Stoke on April 8th, at West Brom on April 16th and at West Ham on May 13th.
Liverpool have a history of collapsing at the end of the season and time will tell if the club can change the narrative.
United and Arsenal are not far behind and it’s looking like they will be battling the Reds for a top four place.