Liverpool cannot lose to Brighton at Anfield on Sunday, otherwise their top four dreams could be shattered by Chelsea. Yet the Reds must not play for a draw at Anfield as such an approach would not suit them. Win at all costs, and prepare for Kiev in the best possible fashion
Mohamed Salah and Kevin De Bruyne can barely be separated for the player of the year awards, but Salah's influence shaped Liverpool's emphatic victory over Manchester City in the Champions League quarter-finals and should ensure the Egyptian edges De Bruyne for the individual accolades
Liverpool love playing in the Champions League, as shown by their scintillating displays against Manchester City and Roma, but none of this would have been possible without last year's top four finish, and why a repeat this season is a must
Adam Lallana is now into his fourth season as a Liverpool player, but the England international's prospects have never been so uncertain since arriving at Anfield. Can he prove to Jürgen Klopp that he deserves to win back his regular place in the side, or are Lallana's days numbered on Merseyside?
Liverpool came so close to winning the Premier League title under Brendan Rodgers in 2014, helped by incredible attacking talent. Under Jürgen
Klopp the Reds possess similar firepower, but how does the rest of the current outfit hold up against Rodgers' nearly-men?
Roberto Firmino has found himself at Liverpool, operating as the club's number nine in their exhilarating attack alongside Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mané. Luis Suárez led another stunning strikeforce under Brendan Rodgers, and was Liverpool's key frontman, - just as Firmino is now - so is the Brazilian the new Suárez?
Any Premier League team who are not Manchester City will need a miracle in order to win the title this season, but the power of Anfield and Liverpool in one game could end City's unbeaten run and delay their seemingly inevitable coronation
In each of their last three matches, Liverpool have displayed character and resolve to secure vital wins against Leicester City, Burnley and Everton respectively. Such steel has been sorely lacking from the Reds for too long and needs to remain for future success