After a weekend of drama in the Premier League, Jamie Carragher is now convinced that Liverpool will win the title.
Fellow Monday Night Football
expert Gary Neville knows exactly what it takes to win Premier League titles, having picked up eight of them during his career.
And while he still thinks Manchester City are slight favourites to win the league, he has noticed a trophy-winning spirit emerge among the Liverpool players.
Neville said: "'Something's happening' is something you used to feel when you were going for titles.
"You used to sense it and there was a moment where you thought it. There's almost a belief and a spirit that hits you and you think 'we're unstoppable here'.
"I have to say, seeing the coach arrive at Anfield on Wednesday night, they thought something was happening. Then against Tottenham you saw the atmosphere in the ground.
"Then you saw the players. Something happened in the warm-up before the game that I wasn't seeing 12 months ago. You saw them all hugging each other, high fives and patting each other on the chest.
"After the fourth goal you saw Suarez and he couldn't wait to give Henderson the goal. I'm not sure he'd have given him the goal as quickly two years ago.
"There is a sense of calmness and you can see it among them, but I have to say City still have the strongest squad and the expectation is with them."
And when asked if he was looking forward to working on the April 13 showdown for Sky Sports, the former Manchester United full-back replied: "Liverpool v Man City for the title? It's like having a choice of two blokes to nick your wife..."