The year's 2008. David Tennant is still Doctor Who, Fabio Capello is the England manager and Chelsea haven't lost a game at Stamford Bridge in four years.
It came to an end, however, one day in October. Chelsea were beaten 1-0 by Rafa Benitez's Liverpool - remember him?
Not only do Chelsea hold the record for the longest unbeaten home run in league history, they're also second on the list for unbeaten Premier League runs, home and away, with 40.
Tonight, Liverpool can equal that record - so to celebrate, we want you to name the last side they put out that ended a Chelsea run. A point for each player, on both sides, plus subs.
You've got six minutes and we've been so kind as to include nationality and position. Let us know how you get on @FourFourTwo – we’ll retweet the best efforts, so challenge some friends as well. Good luck!
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