Jimmy Pilnick, Huyton
Monday’s clash with West Ham was a sterner test than many expected given their lowly league position.
The visitors were bold at times and showed ambition rarely seen by a Moyes' side at Anfield, but as usual this phenomenal Liverpool team backed itself, shifted through the gears and got over the line.
The introduction of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain provided impetus on a night the team and crowd were uncharacteristically flat.
Yet again Salah and Mane produced the goods when it mattered. Yet again Trent provided world-class assists.
Jordan Henderson’s presence was missed on Monday and I feel his or James Milner’s experience will be needed to combat Atletico Madrid’s dark arts in a fortnight’s time.
We’re now just four wins away from our Holy Grail.
After waiting 30 years to see us land the most cherished prize of all, I make no apologies for revelling in every single second of this!
Michael Atherton, Crosby
After the first 60 minutes against West Ham - and for the first time this season - I actually felt as though our unbeaten league record was under threat.
But fear not! The Reds, as ever, showed their desire to win once more and we now stand just four victories from a first league title in 30 years.
Trent Alexander-Arnold has received many plaudits already this season but his performance on Monday was truly outstanding.
For me, he is in pole position to be Liverpool’s greatest ever Scouser - the club’s best ever homegrown talent and with the potential to eclipse Robbie Fowler and Steven Gerrard.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain also deserves credit for turning the game in our favour once summoned from the bench on Monday night. He looked like a player disappointed to lose his place and injected urgency and trickery. Hopefully a start beckons at Watford on Saturday as the title moves ever closer.
Robert Storry, City Centre
Monday night was perhaps a reminder that despite our healthy position, there’s by no means any guarantee that we will get over the finishing line in record time, and there’s still a job to be done.
West Ham came with a great performance, putting us under plenty of pressure, and became the first side since November to seriously threaten our unbeaten run.
But for a couple of goalkeeping howlers, the outcome could have been very different.
In the absence of the captain, the midfield lack that bit of drive, especially in the first half. However, the Reds refused to lie down, and ground out the result as they have done several times this season, by sheer persistence.
Saturday will be an equally tough test, with the Hornets also in a relegation position, fighting for their lives.
Every team now appears to hugely up their game when facing us, and Watford will be no exception.
Simon Donnelly, Freshfield
All I’ve heard (from Bluenoses) since Monday night’s win over West Ham is, ‘you lot were so lucky!’ and I love it!
I’ll take all the luck we can get, thank you!
I don’t think any team has won the league without opposing fans accusing them of enjoying a hefty sprinkling of luck - so lather it on!
We are getting close. I’m now counting down the wins needed. Four more and we’re there.
Everyone is trying to figure out where and when it will happen, but there are too many indeterminables yet.
My hope? I just want to win the thing at home.
How good is it being us right now?! We’re SO lucky! COME ON YOU REDS!