This season's Champions League knockout stage hasn't even started yet – but Liverpool have already qualified for next year's competition.
Chelsea's failure to beat Manchester United on Monday night means that Premier League leaders have secured a top-four result.
Jurgen Klopp's team is 36 points above fifth-placed Tottenham with 12 games remaining.
But the Spurs play Chelsea over the weekend, which means that if Jose Mourinho's team wins all the remaining games and Liverpool lose all of them, Chelsea will only be able to reach 74 points and therefore end up behind Liverpool.
Liverpool reached the last two Champions League finals and face Atlético de Madrid in the first leg of the round of 16. on Tuesday. They are the first team in Europe to secure their spot in the elite competition of European football in the 2020-21 season.
As it stands, Manchester City should be banned from the Champions League next season, meaning that whoever finishes fifth in the competition.
Liverpool could, in theory, win their first Premier League title against Bournemouth on 7 March. This would require Liverpool to win all matches at that time with Manchester City and Leicester City in third, losing.
Manchester United holds the record for the first Premier League championship win, with Sir Alex Ferguson's men winning the trophy in 2000-01, on April 14.