Liverpool Premier League champions: How to play Sky Sports News' quiz
Sky Sports News' quiz will air on Monday at 6.30pm on Sky Sports News, Sky Sports Football and Main Event. To take part visit skysports.com/play
Last Updated: 29/06/20 6:55pm
Sky Sports News will host an interactive Liverpool quiz on Sky Sports News and Main Event tonight.
Sky Sports News created history two weeks ago by hosting its first interactive Premier League quiz, and are following it up with a quiz on the newly-crowned Premier League champions, comprising of season trivia, goals, transfers, Jurgen Klopp's key games and a round on 1989/90.
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Hosted by Sky Sports News presenters Jules Warren and Jo Wilson, it couldn't be easier to take part as viewers will be able to play along using their mobile phones (visit skysports.com/play for more details).
Consisting of five rounds of five questions (all multiple choice), players will be given 15 seconds to answer each question on Liverpool's season.
Each answer is scored by points - the longer you take, the more your score goes down with a maximum of 1,000 points available per question.
Not only can you play with your family and friends for ultimate bragging rights but there is also the chance to win a Sky Soundbox as well!
Sky Sports News' Liverpool quiz will air on Monday evening from 6.30pm-7pm on Sky Sports News, Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event. To take part visit skysports.com/play.
Klopp's 10 steps to greatness
Jurgen Klopp took over Liverpool in 10th place in the Premier League. Through maverick decision-making, masterful motivating and tactical dexterity, he's made them England's best.
But it's been a ride. Three cup final defeats in two-and-a-half years had many questioning his steel when it mattered, and Pep Guardiola's Manchester City had kept them second-best domestically. Now Liverpool have been crowned champions for the first time in 30 years, and they're tumbling records along the way.
A squad transformation has played a part, but there is much more behind Klopp's influence at Anfield. Subtle technical changes, attitude shifts and behind-the-scenes genius have made them unstoppable.