In the Truman Show, the main character asks where it will all end and the same applies to Liverpool this season who have passed the majority of their tests with flying colours.
If the Reds continue to win between now and the end of the campaign, they will lift the title for the first time since 1990 and there must have been some buzz in the dressing room after beating Manchester United on Sunday.
Fabinho has effectively reenacted the tale of The Ugly Duckling since arriving at Anfield, with the Brazilian initially looking like a dud but very much now dominating the midfield department and he’ll be looking to do the same at Molineux.
Xherdan Shaqiri came off the bench to prove himself the match winner against the Red Devils and might stake a claim in Friday’s team, with Mohamed Salah having plundered a hat-trick in the team’s previous away game at Bournemouth.
Wolves are in a healthy position after recent wins over Chelsea, Newcastle and Bournemouth, with Nuno’s team having come through a blip to now steer clear of any relegation worries this season.
Wanderers will effectively regard this clash as a free hit and are certainly capable of breaching a defence that is missing Trent Alexander-Arnold, Joe Gomez and Joel Matip, although Dejan Lovren and Nathaniel Clyne can compensate adequately enough for the Liverpool machine to keep going.