Klopp's Reds sit at the top of the table after playing a game more than their rivals City who have the chance to reclaim the top spot in their next tie against Fulham.
One question we football fans keep asking ourselves this season is who will win the Premier League between Liverpool and Manchester City?
Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand has given his perspective on this question and he also revealed who he thinks will win the title, adding 'it is the worst possible case, scenario for someone that likes Man United'.
Jurgen Klopp's Reds sit at the top of the table after playing a game more than their rivals City - who have the chance to reclaim the top spot in their next tie against Fulham.
"This is the worst possible case, scenario for someone that likes Man United, supports Man United and has played for Man United, and I'm a pundit that's got to speak about it publicly and squirm and what not," Ferdinand told Mirror Sport.
"So the better of the two evils is Manchester City winning the league as I've seen it, I've been part of it.
"I've seen it as a player and a football fan so I've been able to deal with it emotionally."
When asked how he deals with rival clubs winning the title, the 40-year-old added: "You turn everything off. There aren't many Man City fans to have a go at me.
"With Liverpool it's a different story. There's fans I didn't even know supported Liverpool that have come back out of the woodwork after 20 years of being silent that are starting to speak before they've won anything so it'd be a lot more painful to see them win the league, but listen the best team will win it and whoever that is well done."