Liverpool have gulped everything before them in the Premier this season with their only blip a 1-1 draw against Manchester United back in August.
They have already been dubbed 'the best' team of the Premier League in decades and their march to their first title in three decades seems unstoppable.
They, however, have a tricky trip away to Molineux to take on Nuno Espirito's Wolves in the last match of midweek Premier League action.
The Reds won 1-0 in the return fixture at home thanks to a Sadio Mane strike in the 42nd minute.
Jurgen Klopp's men lost the last time they played at the grounds, a 2-1 loss in the FA Cup third-round fixture, and will be keen on avoiding such slip-ups.
Nuno's charges have been boosted by the return of two key players in Diogo Jota and Willy Boly, who have missed a number of recent games.
Boly has been out since late October after breaking his ankle and forced to undergo an operation, while Jota injured his calf in the loss at Watford on New Year's Day.
Nuno confirmed their availability but did not reveal whether they will start.
“We have good news,” said Nuno ahead of the tie.
“We have Diogo integrating into the team, working with the squad, Boly also, so things are getting better.”
If picked, Jota will take his position on one flank with Adama Traore on the opposite side supporting Raul Jimenez upfront.
The trio can be quite a handful for any team, and this won't be any different.
Even with a loss though, Liverpool are in no danger of losing what's increasingly becoming 'their title', but they would want to keep chasing more records in the League.
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