The Reds have not won a league title since 1990 but Footballwebpages have predicted the final Premier League standings with Jurgen Klopp’s side expected to come out on top.
That saw Liverpool cut the gap in goal difference to only five goals but the predicted table suggest they will not need to rely on that.
Incredibly, Liverpool are forecasted to win ALL of their remaining games in the league despite a tricky-looking trip to Everton this weekend and a home clash with Tottenham at the end of March.
They also host Chelsea in April and go to a rejuvenated Newcastle in May.
But that is the beauty of being the masters of your own destiny and City – who are also predicted to have a 100 per cent record between now and the end of the season – will be powerless to stop them.
Tottenham have tailed off in recent weeks with two defeats on the bounce.
However, Mauricio Pochettino’s side are expected to put that behind them and claim third place comfortably.
The battle for the top four could hardly be closer but Manchester United could come out on top thanks to the impact of manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
That would leave Chelsea having to make do with Europa League football next season, while Arsenal are set to finish sixth.
Watford are predicted to finish as the best of the rest in seventh, just ahead of Wolves in eighth, Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester in ninth and Everton in the middle of the pack.
At the other end, it will come as no surprise to see Huddersfield and Fulham occupying the bottom two places.
The pair already look doomed and they could be joined in the relegation zone by Cardiff who are predicted to LOSE all of their remaining games.
A quick look at their fixtures makes for grim reading for Bluebirds supporters.
Neil Warnock’s side still have to play, City, Chelsea, Liverpool and United, and they look destined for an immediate return to the Championship unless they can spring a number of surprises.
Cardiff’s woes will be music to Southampton ears as they are projected to escape the drop by a whopping 11 points.
Burley and Newcastle are ahead of them, while Brighton, Bournemouth, Crystal Palace and West ham are not expected to be anywhere near trouble come the end of the campaign.