The professional Liverpool team is seeking to take a new step towards the English Premier League title in its favor for the first time since 1990, when it is a heavy guest on Watford this evening at “Vikarj Road”, as part of the 28th round of the “Premier League” competition.
Liverpool tops the Premier League table with 79 points, 22 points ahead of Manchester City’s closest stalkers, and needs to win 4 games to clinch the title for the first time since 1990, and Watford is second to last with 24 points.
Liverpool are also looking forward to achieving the 19th consecutive victory in the Premier League competition, to be the only record in the number of successive wins in the tournament, surpassing the achievement accomplished by Manchester City in 2017 by registering 18 successive wins.
Mohamed Salah has a special number in front of Watford, being the team that received the most goals from the Pharaoh in his career, where the Egyptian international scored 8 goals in the net with only 5 games, and scored a super hat-trick in the two teams meeting in his first season with the Reds in the match that ended with the team winning 5-0.
In the last confrontation that brought the two teams together in the first round, Salah scored two goals, which led the team to win a clean double in the search for the first title in the English Premier League since 1990.
Meanwhile, Liverpool coach Juergen Klopp continues to set records in his quest for the first Premier League title for him and the team, and is looking to break the record recorded in the name of historic team coach Bill Shankly, who achieved it nearly half a century after they tied as the most coaches achieve successive victories in Anfield, Premier League.
Liverpool scored 21 consecutive victories in the English Premier League at Anfield, which corresponds to a series of record-breaking wins in the history of the English Premier League by any team at home, which was originally scored by the Reds with Shankly in 1972.
The Club team overtook Shankly, where he scored 61 goals during those matches in which he won the consecutive victory, two goals ahead of the seventies team, who scored 59 goals in that period, while the two teams scored 14 times in 21 games.
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Referee: Michael Oliver