What a performance and what an important win it was at Old Trafford for Jurgen Klopp’s reds.
That now means Liverpool are well and truly back in the race for the four due to Leicester City and Chelsea playing each other.
So you should start worrying again, it’s time to start biting your nails and sitting on the edge of your seats as there is still something to play for even though it hasn’t felt like it.
It hasn’t felt like it because for large parts the season has been a tedious frustrating watch due to all of the circumstances but mainly because of VAR and no fans.
After that win at Old Trafford, the first under Klopp, it’s time to put some smiles back on faces and look forward to the last three games instead of fear them even though they may be a painful watch.
Especially when the three managers are Sam Allardyce, Sean Dyche and Roy Hodgson.
The trio of terror.
Ask Liverpool supporters who would be the managers they would want to avoid it would be them.
Realistically though there should not be any excuses.
West Brom are already relegated whilst Burnley and Crystal Palace are safe meaning, they have nothing to play for.
It is never as easy as that especially for Liverpool so the nerves will be through the roof for supporters but for the trip to the Hawthorns there does not seem to be any new injury worries.
But there will likely be no new returnees due to the games being so close together meaning Ozan Kabak may not be ready.
Rhys Williams and Nat Phillips done a phenomenal job against Manchester United as they kept Edinson Cavani, one of the cleverest strikers in the game, quiet all night.
It should be a much more physical battle on Sunday afternoon as we all know that is how Sam Allardyce plays his football.
That should suit Nat Phillips to the ground but it may be a bit of a challenge for Rhys Williams but every game the youngster is learning so there is no reason to not have confidence in him.
After Sadio Mane did not shake Klopp’s hand at full time it wouldn’t be a surprise to see him start as Klopp said the reason was because he himself changed the line-up very late hence why Diogo Jota started instead of him.
It would be difficult to change too much as every player played really well against Manchester United, so Klopp has some nice problems on his hands for once this year.
Get ready to hide behind the couch, your cushions or whatever is the best thing to hide behind as the run-in has just got that little bit more spicy.