When can Liverpool win the Premier League title now?

Liverpool are relying on Chelsea if they are to win the title this week

Mohamed Salah celebrates with Sadio Mane after scoring Liverpool's second goal against Crystal Palace
Image: Liverpool ensured they could win the title on Thursday with a 4-0 win over Crystal Palace on Wednesday

Liverpool are still within touching distance of a first top-flight title in 30 years but when could they actually be crowned champions?

Manchester City kicked off with a 3-0 win over Arsenal on Wednesday, before Jurgen Klopp's side had to settle for a point in Sunday's goalless Merseyside derby before bouncing back with a thumping 4-0 victory at home to Crystal Palace.

So what now?

Liverpool are two points away from securing the title after their Palace win, meaning the runaway Premier League table leaders will be crowned champions if Man City fail to beat Chelsea on Thursday.

Could we be set for Etihad coronation?

If Man City do beat Chelsea, then we're in for a head-to-head showdown when Liverpool travel to Manchester City on Thursday, July 2 live on Sky Sports Premier League.

In that scenario, Liverpool would need just a point against City at the Etihad to win the league.

And what if City were to beat Liverpool?

If Liverpool were to then lose at City then they could finally lift the championship with a victory at home to Aston Villa on Sunday July 5. Were Liverpool to only draw against Villa then they could still win the title if City failed to beat Southampton.

Upcoming Liverpool fixtures

Thurs July 2: Man City vs Liverpool - Kick-off: 8.15pm; live on Sky Sports

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Sun July 5: Liverpool vs Aston Villa - Kick-off: 4.30pm; live on Sky Sports

Weds July 8: Brighton vs Liverpool - Kick-off: 8.15pm; live on Sky Sports

Sat July 11: Liverpool vs Burnley - Kick-off: 3pm

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Upcoming Manchester City fixtures

Thurs June 25: Chelsea vs Man City - Kick-off: 8.15pm

Thurs July 2: Man City vs Liverpool - Kick-off: 8.15pm; live on Sky Sports

Sun July 5: Southampton v Man City - Kick-off: 7pm

Weds July 8: Man City vs Newcastle - Kick-off: 6pm

Sat July 11 Brighton vs Man City - Kick-off: 8pm; live on Sky Sports

Liverpool invincible no more - but what records could they still break?

  • The points record of 100 (City 2017/18) could be smashed; Liverpool will have 107 points if they win every game.
  • The biggest points gap between first and second is 19 points (City 2017/18) - the gap now is 23. City need to better Liverpool's results between now and the end of the season by two points to protect that record.
  • Liverpool need five wins from their final seven games to beat the win record of 32 (City 2017/18).

If Manchester City fail to beat Chelsea on Thursday, then Sky Sports will be on air with a Liverpool title winners special show on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports News from 10pm.

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