It is clear that Liverpool are going to be champions for the first time in 30 years, but last night defeat from Watford might change the timing involved. The main question now is when exactly it is going to happen?
Are they going to lift the trophy at the home of their rivals?
After doing some quick math we think that this is possible to happen at Goodison Park when they will play with Everton, or at Etihad Stadium against last season winners Manchester City.
After that stunning defeat against Watford who were at the verge of relegation, Liverpool still need twelve points from the remaining 10 games to secure the PL title- that means that they need four wins.
So if Liverpool and Manchester City keep winning from this point, Liverpool's chance to secure that important fourth win will come against Manchester City on Sunday April 5, at the Etihad Stadium .
But there might be rescheduled matches. If Liverpool beat Chelsea and make it to the quarter-finals of the FA Cup, their home match with Crystal Palace on March 21 will be rescheduled.
Manchester City's PL game with Chelsea on March 21 will also be rescheduled if they win at Sheffield Wednesday in the fifth round, while their home game against Arsenal still needs to be re-arranged.
However if Liverpool continue their winning ways and City slip up somewhere, for example at the game with Manchester United, then Liverpool will win the title erlier on March 16 against Everton at Goodison Park.
If that happen Liverpool will have eight remaining games to secure the trophy and they will beat yet another record, for most remaining games when a title has been secured. Manchester United and Manchester City have hold the record with five remaining games and United hold the record for earliest title-winning date - April 14 in the 2000/01 season.