City went into the break against Brighton 2-1 up, with Liverpool beating Wolves at Anfield
Liverpool fans will be clinging to every little stat, omen or superstition as they look to complete mission impossible on the Premier League final day.
Trailing Manchester City by a point before kick off, the Reds knew they had to better the Citizens result against Brighton in order to lift the title.
After taking the lead against Wolves through Sadio Mane, Anfield was absolutely rocking.
And it got even better for the Reds when Glenn Murray headed home at the Amex to give the Seagulls an incredible lead. As it stood, City would relinquishing their crown.
But goals from Sergio Aguero and Aymeric Laporte put the champions back in front on the south coast to silence Merseyside.
But fear not Reds fans, because an absolutely statistic has been unearthed which will instil hope.
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The last time Newcastle won away in the top flight on the last day of the season was in 1976. The title was won by Liverpool, beating Wolves on the final day.
At half time at Craven Cottage, the Magpies went into the break 2-0 up against relegated Fulham and look on course to record all three points.
Can Liverpool pull off a second footballing miracle in the space of a week? Tune into talkSPORT no to find out!