|In-form: FACT - Liverpool have not lost a league game in 2014. Title winners perhaps?|
|Title aspirations: Liverpool have 5 games to go, can they win the league this season?|
|Inspired form: Suarez has scored 29 goals in the league this season, his best yet!|
|Suarez has scored against United, Everton, Tottenham and Southampton, when he was needed|
|Look at me: Sturridge has also thrived in his first full season at Liverpool|
|Double trouble: Sturridge has already scored 20 goals in the league this season.|
|Gerrard has scored 13 goals in one of his best seasons, and would love his first EPL medal....|
|Brazilian gem: Coutinho has been the creative spark for Liverpool, setting up counter attacks, producing wonder passes and skillful runs with the ball at his feet.|
|As a team: One of the major reasons for Liverpool's successes is their togetherness and unity|
|Liverpool have been one of the best footballing sides this season, and could still win the league:|
|Who would have thought? Liverpool are currently the league leaders with 5 matches remaining|
- The new-found trio of SASAS (Sturridge, Suarez and Sterling) are arguably the most clinical strikeforce in the world at the moment - 55 goals between the three.
- Brendan Rodgers is a serious candidate for my EPL manager of the year: he has improved the team massively since Kenny Daglish's departure and his fresh tactics and bold decisions are an under-rated reason for the team's good form.
- He is getting the best out of his players by nurturing them, telling them where to improve and not playing them if they are not on good form to encourage them to play better.
- Henderson has developed significantly since his £20million move from Sunderland and his work-rate in the heart of midfield has inspired the team to work harder to win back possession of the ball in key areas.
- Their ability to counter attack quickly and hit teams on the break is very effective and puts pressure on the opposing defenders who have no time or enough pace to catch up with the likes of Sturridge and Sterling who both have blistering speed.
- The Reds have not got much experience when it comes to late battles with other clubs to win the title, especially when they have crunch games at the end of a big EPL season.
- Liverpool's defence has been their weakest link all season and even though the likes of Flanagan (improved, watch out for him) and Agger (solid centre-back) are impressing, the team have conceded 40 goals in 33 matches which is not ideal..
- Even though they are currently unbeaten in the league in 2014, they have scraped past a few of the lesser teams that they would have expected to beat comfortably, for example: