Premier League champions Liverpool need four more wins from their final five games of the season to break a number of remarkable records, and they will look to achieve the first of those away to Brighton & Hove Albion on Wednesday night.
The Reds can still record the most points and most wins in an English top-flight campaign, while they are also on course to finish further clear of second place than any champion has ever managed in England before.
However, they travel to the Amex in poor form on the road, having failed to win or even score in any of their last five games away from home.
Here, Sports Mole looks at how Jurgen Klopp could line his side up to end that run.
Klopp showed the first signs of rotation since becoming champions for Sunday's win over Aston Villa, but it was far from extensive and the Reds should once again be close to full strength here.
Andrew Robertson is a minor doubt after suffering a dead calf against Villa, but he is confident that he will be able to shake it off in time and, with the first-choice back-up James Milner also struggling with a hamstring problem, the Scot is likely to start again.
Milner and Dejan Lovren could both be back in contention after recent injury issues, but Joel Matip is out for the remainder of the season.