Merseyside giants Liverpool have been in sensational form in the Premier League season and it is scary for the other teams in the division.
Liverpool have not been beaten since the start of last year and one of the questions on the lips of several Premier League fans is the team that will stop the Jurgen Klopp-led club in their quest to break more titles.
The Reds are 22 points ahead of Manchester City on the league table and its just a matter of time before they end their 30-year wait for a league title cum their first ever Premier League crown.
Liverpool need just six wins from their final 13 matches to be crowned champions irrespective of second-placed Manchester City winning all their games. They have gone 43 games without a single defeat in the league and they need just seven more matches to break the 49-match unbeaten run set by Arsenal between 2003 and 2004.
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Their last defeat came at outgoing Premier League champions Manchester City in January 2019 via a 2-1 loss. In addition, Liverpool need to avoid defeat in the last 13 games of the season to match the record of Arsenal in the 2003/04 season after the Gunners went unbeaten for the entire campaign.
Here are the teams that could end Liverpool’s quest for an unbeaten run this season:
Apart from Liverpool, city rivals Everton are the other team with 16 points+ over the last seven league games and the Toffees Faithfuls will love nothing more than to end the unbeaten run of the Reds when both teams meet at their home next month.
2. Manchester City
The outgoing Premier League champions are the last team to beat Liverpool in the league and they could repeat that feat when the two teams meet at the same venue of that game (Etihad Stadium) in April.
The Gunners are a different team under Mikel Arteta and they would be prepared to stop Liverpool from matching their unbeaten record.