On Saturday, we’ll be looking at how Liverpool are going to play in the Champions league and if they’re going to be able to keep the title.
Here’s how the rest of the league compares to the Reds and their opponents.
Liverpool: 12 points, 3rd place (10 points)The Reds have won six of their last seven games.
They have a tough fixture list, with Manchester United, Arsenal, Everton and Stoke all hosting at least one match.
The last time they won the Championsleague was back in 2012.
Their last four league wins have come against Bayern Munich, Inter Milan, PSG and Chelsea.
They’ve won five of their past six Champions League games.
At home, they’re unbeaten in 11 games, scoring 20 goals and conceding just five.
Chelsea: 13 points, 4th place (9 points)Chelsea have lost six of seven, losing to Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United.
Chelsea have scored just 10 goals in their last five matches and conceded just one.
In the ChampionsLeague, they’ve won three of their five games, drawing four and losing one.
They play in an attractive city and a big club, so it will be interesting to see how they fare.
Arsenal: 13.5 points, 8th place(9 points), 4th (8 points)Arsenal have won five straight games and have conceded just five goals in the league so far.
In fact, Arsenal are the only team in the top four in the table with at least three points in all competitions.
However, their home form has been inconsistent, so they’re still a long way from making it into the Champions Cup final.
The only games they’ve played away have been away from home against Tottenham and Liverpool.
Liverpool have a difficult fixture list and are without any Champions League players due to injury.
They’ll face Tottenham, Man Utd, Arsenal and Manchester City, so expect them to be a tough test.
Tottenham: 16 points, 7th place, 2nd (6 points)Tottenham have won seven of their 10 games and only lost once in their past 12.
The club has scored just 17 goals in 12 games, so this is a tricky one to predict.
It’s a bit early to be making predictions, but it’s worth pointing out that Tottenham have not conceded a goal in their Champions League matches this season.
However they’ve conceded six goals in seven matches away from White Hart Lane, so we’ll have to see what happens when they return.
Arsenal have a great home record and will look to build on their recent form, while Manchester City and Liverpool look to have the best teams in Europe.
The Gunners have a very tough fixture schedule, and they will look for their first win in their history when they visit the Emirates Stadium.
Liverpool will face Tottenham and Arsenal, so there is a big chance they’ll be able of taking the title, so let’s keep an eye on this.
Everton: 14 points, 5th placeThe Blues are still in the Europa League, so their home record has been a bit of a problem.
However Everton are the top scoring team in Europe with nine goals in 10 games.
The most important thing for them is to win all of their home matches, so keeping this up will be very important.
Everton are undefeated in 12 matches, scoring 22 goals and allowing just four.
They’re also without any players due for injury, so if they can keep that form they’ll likely be able at least take the title from the Reds.
Stoke: 17 points, 6th place Stoke have scored only 17 goals, so the Blues are in the relegation zone, with eight games left.
They haven’t conceded a league goal in 10 matches, but they’ve also conceded six.
The game will be at home against Swansea and Everton, so keep an ear out for this one.
Liverpool look like they’re in the mix, with a home record of six points, but a big match against a struggling Aston Villa team in their final game of the season.
Manchester United: 16.5 point, 7-8-7(6 points), 7th (5 points)United have won four straight, scoring 16 goals and not conceding a single.
They are unbeaten in 12 Premier League games, winning four, drawing three and losing three.
Their next fixture is away to Southampton and they have to be very careful about how they perform in this game.
Manchester City: 13 point, 5-7-5(5 points), 5th (4 points)Manchester City are a bit off form at the moment, but are still unbeaten in their previous five games and still have three games left to play.
They can keep up their unbeaten run if they keep scoring, but their last four matches have been against Swansea, Everton, Stoke and Chelsea, so don’t be too quick to expect a win.
Chelsea are looking very impressive at the minute, scoring 17 goals and losing just one of those.
They need to