Liverpool fans will hope history will repeat itself when they face Tottenham Hotspur at Anfield tomorrow. On March 30th 1964, Liverpool went to the top of the league with a 3-1 victory over Tottenham, going on to win the league title, their first under iconic manager Bill Shankly. Exactly 50 years later and Brendan Rodgers’ side have the chance to repeat the feat, after slip-ups from their title rivals this afternoon. League leaders Chelsea lost 1-0 at struggling Crystal Palace, while Manchester City drew 1-1 against Arsenal at the Emirates, leaving the title race wide open and allowing Liverpool the chance to snatch top spot. Rodgers’ side are currently on a 12-game unbeaten run, winning the last seven, and are strongly fancied to beat Tim Sherwood’s Tottenham side tomorrow. They won the reverse fixture at White Hart Lane 5-0 in December, and have lost only one game at home all season.