The Football Spin on the great anti-Liverpool conspiracy and how far does it really go?
How far will people go to stop Liverpool winning the league?
After - no, before - Man City's win at Everton on Wednesday night, Liverpool fans were already alarmed at the weakened team Marco Silva's side sent out.
As Liverpool's own anxieties temporarily overwhelm them, are they just transmitting their nerves elsewhere. Is there even such a thing as a weakened Everton side?
On the midweek Football Spin, Carl Kinsella and Dion Fanning discuss the tick-tock-tick-tock nature of this gripping title race and explain why Liverpool shouldn't be nervous. Liverpool have had their share of good fortune too and what would the conspiratorial think of the goal Divock Origi scored at Anfield against Everton?
City have picked up an important win at a critical time but Liverpool are still in control.
Reuben Pinder also joined in to talk about the strange lack of planning at Arsenal and why they can't rebuild like they need to and also if Spurs really need to return to White Hart Lane when things are going so well at Wembley. He also talked about the alarming rise in racist incidents in football grounds and what needs to be done to combat them.
It's all on this week's The Football Spin here: