Manchester City’s stunning disintegration late in Wednesday’s UEFA Champions League semifinal second leg against Real Madrid not only gave Mohamed Salah the final opponent he wanted, it made Liverpool’s path to an unlikely and historic quadruple feel not just reasonable but somewhat likely.

That’s because on top of Liverpool winning six games, Man City’s emotional status following the death of its season dreams has been thrown into tumult. It’s not that Man City isn’t heavy favorites to win the rest of its games but that dozens of people, from the squad players to the higher-ups will be dealing with the effects of blowing a two-goal, 90th-minute lead to Madrid.

But where does the idea of City winning four-straight Premier League matches rank compared to each of Liverpool’s six matches left on their docket?

Liverpool’s quadruple dreams do not walk down an easy road, and they may well require all six to be wins. We know that two of them have to be victories, but are either the FA Cup Final versus Chelsea or the Champions League Final versus Real Madrid a bigger ask?


Ranking the difficulty of Liverpool’s seven quadruple obstacles

7. Liverpool vs Wolves, 11am ET May 22

It took Divock Origi stoppage-time magic to give the Reds three points at the Molineux, but surely Liverpool won’t faint on the doorstep should they reach May 22 with their quadruple dreams in tact.