Brighton match is a final for Liverpool says Klopp

On Wednesday, Chelsea has a game in hand over the Merseysiders at home to Huddersfield Town as it bids to set up a thrilling final day next Sunday.

But stranger things have happened.

Moses delivered the cross that led to Olivier Giroud's header in the first half which eventually sealed the important victory. Antonio Conte's team have the bit between their teeth. Fourth-placed Tottenham have 71 points from 36 matches, making for a tense finish to the race.

The Reds needed just a point to secure Champions League football for next season, however, it looked as though their current exploits in this year's competition took its toll on Jurgen Klopp's side.

Instead the result means the Gunners will finish the season in sixth place, with Burnley one place behind them in seventh.

"Probably one month ago it was impossible to imagine we would arrive at the end of the season fighting for the Champions League".

Now there is hope.

"We are getting three points in every game. We have to try and get three points to apply pressure". "I was pleased with our will to fight".

Legendary boxing announcer Michael Buffer introduced Chelsea's must-win match against Liverpool with his famous "Let's get ready to rumble!" catchphrase - and it seemed to rouse some new fight into the Blues as they defeated Liverpool at Stamford Bridge.

Eden Hazard came into his own in the second half, weaving his way past player after player and resisting the urge to give in to Liverpool's aggressive tackling.

Sadio Mane was risky throughout, as he drifted and darted.

'Yes I think it was a dive, was it?

The Frenchman then ran across the pitch to embrace the out-offavour David Luiz, sitting several rows back on the Chelsea bench.

And Cesc Fabregas' smart run in behind the defence created an opening which he could not convert from a tight angle.

Referee Anthony Taylor immediately showed a yellow card.

"That's not what I want to see and not what he wants to do", he said.

"He can do much better, and he will score again, but today was not a game for (him),' Klopp added". For Chelsea, the light at the end of the tunnel still flickers.