Liverpool are already too far before their Premier League rivals to be caught this season, according to former Reds goalkeeper Chris Kirkland.
Jurgen Klopps side moved eight points clear of Manchester City last weekend following the champions suffered a shock defeat to Wolves.
Liverpool held a seven-point lead over City last season before losing the title by a single point on the campaigns last day.
Kirkland considers his former club are too far ahead this year to allow City another comeback.
When asked if the Premier League name is really on its way to Anfield, Kirkland stated:I honestly do believe its.
Last year was so unlucky. People say losing by one stage was devastating, I would rather have lost compared to be 15, 16 points behind City.
I believe with Citys injury issues they have got at the back, [Aymeric] Laporte is a massive miss, Vincent Kompany is a massive miss for these. At the back its possible to get .
If we perform with them, if we can take them off all the sudden youre talking double amounts. Could you see us losing five or four games this year? Not how we are playing.
Liverpool have won all eight of their league matches this year and now have the chance to split the Premier League record of 18 wins, set by Manchester City in 2017.
The Reds can accommodate Citys record if they beat bitter rivals Manchester United at OId Trafford on October 20, live on Sky Sports.
What a spot to perform it. You wouldnt put it beyond them, additional Kirkland.
Manchester United are going through a tough bout but Ole [Gunnar Solskjaer] can be sure they are up for that match.
The fans know what that means but I expect people to go there and get a result, I simply dont believe they can prevent us.
How we go forward, how we defend, we are strong all over the pitch. I think well find the three points.
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