Liverpool was given the green light in 30 years to possibly repeat their first league title win at Anfield, after it looked like the crucial game could be moved to a neutral venue.
The Reds need six points to seal their first championship since 1990, and Merseyside Police has given the go-ahead for what could be a home match.
Liverpool’s Premier League matches against Everton and Manchester City are the only matches that may have to be played at neutral venues.
The police and local authorities are approving the rest of the initial 32 confirmed fixtures to be played at home and away.
The Premier League already tweeted its restart, scheduled for June 17. Now, Liverpool’s crucial game on June 24 against Crystal Palace could be also played at Anfield.