Liverpool's world-class attackers were the reason they maintained their Premier League winning streak on Monday night against West Ham.
A goal from Gini Wijnaldum in the first 10 minutes looked to set the Reds on course for an easy victory but a goal either side of half-time from the visitors meant strikes from Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane came to the rescue during the 3-2 win.
It kept Liverpool unbeaten in the Premier League this season and re-established their 22-point lead at the top of the table.
Jurgen Klopp will now consider his options for a fourth game in a spell of five in 18 days.
And here we look ahead to the changes the Reds boss could make when his side are next in action at Watford on Saturday.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain conundrum
West Ham presented a certain Naby Keita with a big chance to show what he could do.
The Guinean international was brought into the midfield three as a replacement for injured captain Jordan Henderson but he struggled to impact the game and lost possession on a number of occassions.
His defensive work was strong but he was replaced by Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain after an hour who added some much-needed pace and impetus into Liverpool's game.
The playmaker showed his power throughout the 30 minutes he had on the field, which saw the Reds score twice against the Hammers to claim victory.
Klopp now faces a question about who starts against Watford. You'd imagine Oxlade-Chamberlain has done enough but there's the likes of Takumi Minamino waiting in the wings too.
Roberto Firmino question
There is no question about what Roberto Firmino provides for this Liverpool team in addition to being involved with the goals.
His workrate, intricate ability, vision and all-round play are truly world-class and a vital part of the well-oiled Reds machine that is about to clinch a Premier League title.
In both the top-flight and Champions League, the Brazilian attacker has started in all but two games for Jurgen Klopp while playing at least some part in every single match.
And that may prompt a question for the manager about whether Firmino needs a rest against a struggling 19th-placed Hornets side.
There is Divock Origi waiting who can operate at his best down the middle and may be just the tonic for the Vicarage Road visit.
James Milner headache
Versatile midfielder James Milner was left out of Liverpool's matchday squad against David Moyes' side due to a slight muscle injury.
He had only just returned, making appearances against Norwich City and Atletico Madrid, after being forced off against Everton in the FA Cup in January.
With his powers of recovery you'd imagine he may be fit again by the time the Reds face Watford and while there is no need to rush him and no suggestion that will happen, should he be ready a chance could present itself for Klopp to give Andy Robertson a rest at left-back after another absolutely tireless performance against the Hammers on Monday.