Antonio Rudiger believes a top-four finish is now theirs to lose.
Chelsea have gone 10 games unbeaten in all competitions under new manager Thomas Tuchel.
This helped the Blues enter the top-four in the Premier League table after dropping to ninth at the start of this year.
One of the biggest beneficiaries since Tuchel’s arrival, Rudiger has featured in all 10 games under Thomas Tuchel.
Rudiger acknowledges a tough test against Carlo Ancelotti’s side but believes the Chelsea squad are in charge of their own destiny.
He said: “Yes, Thursday’s win felt like a statement — it was a massive three points because it was also against a competitor for the top four, so it gives us more.
“Chelsea against Liverpool is always a classic game and to win at Anfield and take the three points home was a massive win.
“The top four can happen but it depends all on us.
“It’s game by game and the next game is Everton, then the next game and the next game…
“It’s like this, but it is all in our hands.
“We just have to look forward.
“We have good momentum, which is all we have to think about.”
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