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If Brendan Rodgers's side overcome second-placed Chelsea at Anfield and notch a 12th consecutive league win, it would knock Jose Mourinho's side out of the reckoning, and should Manchester City then fail to beat Crystal Palace a little later, a first title for 24 years would be almost assured.What is more, City are up against a Palace side on a five-game winning spin that has lifted the threat of relegation – a run that includes wins over Chelsea and Everton.Whatever distractions Chelsea have, however, Liverpool will be acutely aware that they have a poor record against the west London club with Mourinho in charge.Rodgers has steadfastly refused to get caught up in title talk, but should the best case scenario occur Sunday, his side would be nine points ahead of City who would only have three games left to play, compared to Liverpool's two.City's game in hand next week is away to Champions League chasing Everton, before home matches against lowly Aston Villa and West Ham United.
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