Brendan Rodgers' side got the better of Manchester City in a pulsating clash at Anfield on Sunday and the majority of votes in our poll have backed them to go on to win the league
Liverpool WILL go on to lift the Premier League title following Sunday's 3-2 victory over Manchester City, according to Goal readers.
|8/11||Liverpool are 8/11 with William Hill to win the Premier League title|
And although City scored twice in quick succession to level the game up at 2-2, Philippe Coutinho's stinging drive after 78 minutes ensured the hosts would claim all three points and open up a seven-point gap between themselves and Manuel Pellegrini's side.
An emotional Steven Gerrard insisted that the Reds had made their biggest statement yet in the title race, with the Merseysiders knowing that victory in all four of their remaining fixtures will see them crowned champions for the first time since 1990.
Liverpool face relegation-threatened Norwich City on April 20 before another potentially title-deciding clash against Chelsea a week later.
The Reds then travel to Crystal Palace on May 5 prior to their last fixture of the Premier League season against a beleaguered Newcastle United, who have picked up just one victory since March 2.
And Goal readers are convinced that Rodgers can lead his side to glory, with a landslide 73 per cent of the votes backing the Merseysiders to bring an end to 24 years without a top-flight title.