Jurgen Klopp‘s side have accumulated 58 points from a possible 60, as they threaten to smash various records this season.
There is still lots of work to do before they are crowned league champions, however, and the weekend trip to Spurs has the potential to be awkward.
The north Londoners haven’t got going under Mourinho yet, but the Portuguese will always be revved up when Liverpool come to town.
Tottenham are sixth in the Premier League – how pleased are you with the season so far?
The table definitely looks a lot better for Tottenham fans at present, though, considering they were in the bottom half when Mauricio Pochettino lost his job.
At that point, they were 12 points off the top four but now they are six points behind Chelsea after stringing some wins together under Mourinho.
The lead should be a lot smaller, however, given the poor results over the festive period at Norwich and Southampton.
It has not been a good season for Spurs so far, but at least they are in a position where they could be able to get back in the top four come May, providing results improve quickly.
Was getting rid of Pochettino the right call? And how is Mourinho faring so far?
At the time, it looked like the right call to part with Pochettino, as something had to change for Spurs to get back up the league table.
The team were way off their best in the opening months of the campaign and finishing in the top four looked so far away just before his departure.
Mourinho had a big impact when he first arrived, winning four of his first five games in all competitions, but results have completed tailed off over the festive period, with one win in five.
The squad definitely needs refreshing, and it is going to take time for him to stamp his mark on the team and guide the club to some much-needed silverware.
Which players have stood out most for Spurs?
Not that many, given the poor form in the first few months.
Toby Alderweireld, who recently committed his long-term future to the club, has been steady at the back and his performances haven’t dropped when others have.
Son Heung-min and Harry Kane have continued to find the net despite the team’s struggles, while Dele Alli‘s performances improved in the first few games under Mourinho.
He was disappointing over Christmas, though.
Tanguy Ndombele has also shown glimpses of quality, but his fitness issues have meant that Spurs have yet to see him perform at his best over a consistent period of time.
Have any been particularly poor?
Danny Rose has not had a good season and he is currently out injured with a muscle injury.
Serge Aurier has also been extremely up-and-down in terms of his form at right-back, yet Mourinho has continued to play him rather than give Kyle Walker-Peters a shot in the team.
Christian Eriksen is another player who has not had a good season and many fans don’t want him involved in the team.
That’s mainly because he appears to be on his way in the summer on a free transfer, as his contract is running out.
The Dane has shown his quality in a few games, but you could probably count the amount of good games he has had this season on one hand.
How highly do you rate this Liverpool side among the best of Premier League era?
Jurgen Klopp‘s side are definitely up there—they have been fantastic over the past couple of seasons.
Liverpool can take teams apart and they have shown that against some of the world’s best sides recently.
They could well be deemed as one of the Premier League‘s best-ever sides if they keep on progressing.
What do you think is the key to their success?
I think the key to Liverpool’s success is having a good manager and a starting XI that picks itself week in, week out.
Who do you fear most for the Reds on Saturday?
The Senegal international has been outstanding over the past couple of seasons and he really is one of the best players in the league.
He will be up against Aurier on Saturday evening and the Spurs right-back will be in for a very busy 90 minutes up against him.
It wouldn’t be a surprise at all if he is crowned PFA Player of the Year at the end of the season.
Where will the key battles take place?
Mane vs. Aurier is definitely going to be a key battle, as it proved to be at Anfield back in October.
One of the major battles across the pitch will be how the Spurs defence copes with Liverpool’s front three.
Mourinho’s men have only kept one clean sheet in 12 games and they have conceded first in their last five games in all competitions.
It really is going to have to be a Herculean effort from the defence to keep a clean sheet at the weekend.
Finally, hit us with your prediction…
Spurs have been so poor over the past few games, but it would be typical of Mourinho to frustrate Liverpool and get something out of this game.
I will go for a 1-1 draw, despite the hosts’ injury woes.