It's not often Liverpool fans have anything to celebrate in the league, Champions League qualification is usually a long shot, let alone the title.
But this year, that is just what could be expected.
Liverpool have been awesome so far this season, partly thanks to the Sturridge/Suarez partnership, along with some great results against their rivals.
The Liverpool squad under Brendan Rodgers now look unstoppable, and with that in mind, the title is in reach.
Their defending may not have been great over the campaign, but I suppose everyone has got their weak links, and they make up for that with their attack.
Up against Cardiff on Saturday, their ambition was clear as a bell, winning the game 6-3 we saw just why they should win the title, going behind twice before changing the game into a rout of their own.
Cardiff weren't particularly inspiring, but Liverpool definitely put in an excellent performance and showed their threat in attack.
Pressing high is the tactic, and it has worked well on all accounts for the Reds, forcing Cardiff to make mistakes and ultimately give the ball away.
Liverpool have a fearsome striking duo, a stable back four, and an inspiring midfield legend in Steven Gerrard - it's what fans have been waiting for for so long.
The teams fine, the manager knows what he is doing, and all is well at Anfield. It is more of a fortress than ever before.
It's been a terribly long wait for Premier League silverware, having not achieved league success since winning the old Division 1 title in 1989/90.
I don't think that Liverpool's trophy cabinet will look as bare come May.
Rodgers has worked a masterclass this season, and Liverpool could easily take the trophy.
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