Chelsea troll Liverpool with brutal Steven Gerrard tweet ahead of Wednesday's fixture

Gerrard slipped to hand Man City the title in 2014

Liverpool host Chelsea in the penultimate game of their season on Wednesday night. 

It's also the final time Jurgen Klopp's side will play at Anfield during this campaign and that means one thing. 

The trophy celebrations. 

Liverpool won the Premier League last month and have been waiting patiently to get their hands on the title and it will finally happen in just over 24 hours time. 

But Chelsea will be out to spoil the party. 

Frank Lampard's team are still chasing Champions League qualification and a win would secure them a place in the top four. 

With Manchester United and Leicester City breathing down their neck, the Blues would ideally like to confirm Champions League football before a final day showdown with Wolves. 

Chelsea and Liverpool clash at Anfield

It seems Chelsea's admin is very much up for the match, sending out a controversial tweet ahead of the clash. 

The club's official account previewed tomorrow's fixture by tweeting: "Back at Anfield tomorrow" and a clip of Steven Gerrard slipping to allow Demba Ba to score: 

Infamously, as we all know, that was the moment the 2013/14 Premier League title was lost for Liverpool. 

Gerrard's slip that afternoon allowed Chelsea to take the lead - they went on to win 2-0 and effectively hand the trophy to Manchester City. 

It's still a sore spot for many Reds fans, especially those who worship their former captain, so tweeting that clip is really stirring the pot. 

Gerrard infamously slipped vs Chelsea

But we all know it's Liverpool who have the last laugh this season. 

They will finally be lifting the Premier League trophy on Wednesday night and will be welcomed onto the pitch ahead of kickoff with a guard of honour. 

Klopp's side could even damage their opponent's chances of qualifying for the Champions League too. 

Liverpool can ruin Chelsea's Champions League chances

After that tweet from Chelsea's admin, Liverpool should certainly be up for it. 

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