Liverpool’s incredible win over West Brom puts them within easy reach of a Champions League spot.
Alisson’s last header against the Baggies won all three points, one behind Chelsea, fourth and three behind Leicester, third.
With the Blues and Foxes clashing Tuesday night, we’ll lose points – meaning Jurgen Klopp can sneak up if they win their two remaining games.
Ahead of a dramatic climax to the Premier League season, former Reds striker Owen has given his thoughts on who will miss.
“It has been a strange season for Liverpool,” Owen told Premier League Productions.
“In the last few games, they’ve missed so many chances and created so much.
“Today there were a few chances but it was a disappointing performance overall.
“This last minute goal will hide the cracks in terms of performance because I thought it was fair.
“But at this point in the season it really doesn’t matter.
“Roll over to Burnley then and it’s another game up for grabs.
“You would say Liverpool’s remaining games are the easiest of the three teams, and it’s definitely two out of three now, I can’t see people like Tottenham. [sixth place] or anyone else sneaking into the party, West Ham [seventh place].
“I think it’s Liverpool, Leicester and Chelsea, two of those three and I think it will be Liverpool and another. “
The 2001 Ballon d’Or winner was pushed on who he said would take third and fourth, potentially shocking Leicester fans when he said: “It’s so difficult. I think Liverpool and Chelsea, I think Chelsea could beat Leicester. “