Liverpool forward, Mohamed Salah, is confident four wins from their last four league games would be enough to give the team a first title in the Premier League era.
The Reds are top of the table, two points ahead of Manchester City after their 2-0 win against Chelsea, however, Pep Guardiola's men have the advantage having played one game less.
City have a run-in that includes Tottenham Hotspurs, neighbours of Manchester United, Bunley, Leicester and Brighton, while Liverpool's fixture list reads, Cardiff City and Newcastle United away from home and Huddersfield Town and Wolves at Anfield.
Salah is hopeful the Citizens will drop points before the end of the season for his side to win their first league title in 29 years.
"My opinion, yes," the Egyptian said post match on Sky Sports when asked if he felt four wins would be enough to win the league ahead of City.
"We need to focus on our games. We hope Man City will lose points. The Premier League is the most important thing for me.
"I do follow Man City to see the results. It can help and can push us to perform better. We focus on our game, but I knew the result of Man City [against Palace]."
Salah scored a belter yesterday against Chelsea, his 19th strike of the season that places him alongside City striker, Sergio Aguero, on top of the Premier League scorers chart.
The 26-year-old admitted that the goal had a bit of luck to it.
"I didn't think, I just feel," he said of the goal. "I go inside and normally I shoot with the inside of my foot but this one I went for power.
"I was lucky the ball hit the net like that."
Both Liverpool and City are in action on Wednesday in the Champions League against FC Porto and Tottenham Hotspur respectively.