As they sit 16 points clear at the top of the table, Jurgen Klopp’s men have now gone more than a year without losing a single game in the Premier League.
Liverpool weathered the storm at the Molineux Stadium on Thursday night as a resurgent Wolves side was unable to stop them from extending their run to 40 games without a single defeat in the Premier League.
The almost unbelievable form which the Reds have put together means that their 30-year long wait for a league title is all but effectively over, with the Liverpool faithful circling the most likely dates on their calendars on which Merseyside will once again become home to Champions of England.
As one might guess, it hasn’t all been smooth sailing for the Reds as they hunt down Arsenal’s 49-game unbeaten record. An overly populated fixture list that saw them play nine games in December and injuries to key personnel have tested them to their core.
However, as the presence of zero in their defeats column testify, the reigning European and World champions have stood tall to whatever hand nature, and the Football Association, has dealt them. So the question now remains that which, if any, team could stop this Red juggernaut.