"That is the way the Premier League is going to be decided and I hope we can do our job and win those three games, and be champions again".
Liverpool are supposedly in advanced talks with Nike over a long-term kit deal that would be the biggest ever struck by a Premier League club.
Liverpool host Wolves on the final day of the season, with City travelling to Brighton.
With Barcelona having prioritised winning the Champions League this season after years of Real Madrid dominance, Lionel Messi was even seen promising the trophy to supporters in August, something which Suarez remembers fondly.
Jurgen Klopp has made just two changes to the side that got past Cardiff City last weekend, with the major omission being that of Roberto Firmino.
They have earned eight points at the John Smith's Stadium this season with one home fixture remaining (against Manchester United on Sunday 5 May).
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Hazard, meanwhile, has scored 16 goals and assisted 13 in 34 Premier League appearances, scoring 19 in all competitions to match his most productive season in a Chelsea shirt.
Liverpool need to win out and have Man City drop points somewhere.
"But we felt that urge to score, we went forward thinking we could be champions on goal difference". This is what every single one of us wants every single season - to have these pressures at this point of the season.
The Liverpool manager was asked by a Norwegian journalist what advice he would give Ole Gunnar Solskjær as he begins the formidable task of rebuilding Manchester United. Since returning to England's first tier in 2017, the Terriers have lost three times to Liverpool by an aggregate scoreline of 7-0.
"We give a lot of value to the league title, which is what the 20 teams were all pursuing from the start", Valverde said.
The Chile worldwide started his domestic title-winning streak back in 2012 with Juve, winning Serie A four times during his four-year stint at the Old Lady.
"We don't have to reset the situation, or summarise the season".