Liverpool hero Jamie Carragher feels they're capable of winning at Manchester City.
The Reds go to City for Saturday's early kickoff.
Former Liverpool defender Carragher wrote in his column for The Telegraph: "For all Liverpool's difficulties this season, aside from when City and Arsenal play each other, they are the greatest challenge remaining in the league.
"It was City who ended Liverpool's quadruple bid a year ago. Jurgen Klopp will be desperate to put a dent in Guardiola's treble bid this time.
"This will not be how Klopp wanted or planned it, but the logic over the next two weeks is not dissimilar as in previous years for those wanting to celebrate in May. Whichever side beats Liverpool will feel like they are a step closer to winning the league. If City succeed and Arsenal do not, the treble talk will get louder."