The Merseysiders are flying high in the Premier League, topping the table by two points.
Reigning champions Manchester City do have a game in hand on the Reds, though, which will make for an even tastier end to the season.
Regardless of if they fail to win their first league title in 30 years, Liverpool fans will be delighted with the team’s performance this campaign.
And ahead of the final sprint for the title, the Kop faithful have received some welcome news.
On Friday morning, the club announced they will freeze ticket prices for the 2019-20 Premier League season.
“Liverpool FC has today confirmed ticket prices for the 2019-20 season will be frozen,” a statement read.
“It is the fourth consecutive campaign prices at Anfield have been held for all season tickets and general admission tickets.
“The club has continued to engage with a wide range of supporters regarding ticket prices and initiatives through its regular fan forums.
“The Reds will also continue to offer £9 general admission seats to local fans for every Premier League, European and domestic cup home game with an allocation of more than 10,000 tickets across the season.
“In addition, the club will continue to support schools in the Anfield area through its commitment of providing 1,000 free tickets for local children to attend Premier League matches throughout the campaign.”
Following a two-week break due to the latest round of international fixtures, Liverpool will be back in action on Sunday afternoon.
Jurgen Klopp’s side welcome Champions League-chasing Tottenham to Anfield and could very well need a win over the north Londoners to reclaim top spot from Manchester City, who play Fulham on Saturday.