Jurgen Klopp has written his name in Liverpool's illustrious history books by becoming their first manager to win the title in 30 years. Man City's defeat at Chelsea was the result that clinched the championship for the Reds but in truth the destination of the Premier League trophy hasn't been in doubt for a long, long time.
Fireworks, flares and a fair few champagne corks filled the Merseyside air upon the final whistle at Stamford Bridge and if Maccathered doesn't appear in the comments section on Friday we all wish him well with his hangover!
From a betting perspective it will be interesting to see how Liverpool see out the season. With no Champions League or FA Cup to win all that remains are a few Premier League records to chase. Will that be motivation enough to maintain the level of performances that has hoisted them head and shoulders above all others in England this season? Could there be value in opposing the might Reds?
There's no Premier League match on Friday ahead of FA Cup quarter-final weekend, so it's the Championship's turn to take centre stage. Fourth placed Brentford host top-of-the-table West Brom live on Sky Sports. The Baggies' two matches since the return have been bleak affairs, without a goal scored so hopefully we see a bit more excitement at Griffin Park.
In Serie A Juventus welcome a Lecce side that have conceded 11 goals in their two games since the break and it's a match that features in Friday's VIP Bet of the Day.
If you're already looking ahead to the weekend then you could do worse than listen to the Gambla Podcast with Greg and SlipsTips who have a range of bets from Belarus, Germany and England.
Both are in terrific form with Slips Tips landing two from two from his match preview and Greg delivered yet another winning corners bet as he tipped Bodø/Glimt to hit 5+ corners which they of course did inside 20 mins.
Keep and eye out for tips from MrFixit in the comments section, where he'll post any tips he has while he continues his recovery. Best of luck for your bets on Friday!