Thanks to last weekend's massive surprise, this match means significantly less than we had imagined before Sunderland came to the Bridge to put a Mike Dean-shaped dagger through our hearts and title aspirations.
Alas, what's done is done and now we move on. We still have a slim chance, of course. A win at Anfield would leave Chelsea just two points adrift with two games left, and with Liverpool still having to go to Crystal Palace who are suddenly the world's greatest team. Shut up. Yes, they are! Tony Pulis is a robot sent from the future. Don't stop believing!
A Chelsea win would also open the door for Manchester City to sneak into the top spot on the final day, and many Chelsea fans would find their ultimate victory far more palatable than the red menace returning to relevance after 24 years of being second best, at best.
So, even though we're almost out of it, a trip to Anfield is still a trip to Anfield. So let's get the blood pumping and let's wipe some smiles off their faces!