If Liverpool win their next six matches, Man City will have to give them a guard of honour

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Liverpool are on the brink.

Jurgen Klopp’s side are TWENTY TWO points clear at the top of the Premier League after Manchester City’s 2-0 loss to Tottenham on Sunday afternoon.

It’s now a matter of time and not if.

All Liverpool need to do is keep winning.

In fact, win their next six matches and the title is over.

Their next six games are Norwich (A), West Ham (H), Watford (A), Bournemouth (H), Everton (A) and Crystal Palace (H).

Win all six and Liverpool will be champions.

Their next fixture after that? Away to Manchester City.

And Liverpool fans are already imagining the scenes of City - and Raheem Sterling - giving them a guard of honour for winning the title.

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Of course, if City drop any more points in that time, Liverpool could win the league even sooner. Maybe even at Goodison Park...

Just imagine.

They’ve waited 30 years for it and it’s going to arrive in style.

In fact, they will probably be bored of teams giving them a guard of honour by the end of the campaign.

Liverpool could have SEVEN games as champions as they look to go the entire season unbeaten.

Now that is one hell of a victory lap.

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