Liverpool moved 11 points clear at cheap bet Peak of the Premier League with a comfortable win over Bournemouth in the Vitality Stadium.
One of seven modifications for the Reds, alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, started the scoring following a brilliant pass by Jordan Henderson.
Naby Keita made it 2-0 before the break, slotting in using the exterior of the foot after Mohamed Salah set him up with a backheel.
Keita turned provider for Salah since Liverpool eased to success.
It expands Liverpools club record unbeaten and they have won 15 of 16 Premier League games this year.
The Cherries have now lost five matches and were dealt bad news when Nathan Ake and Callum Wilson were both forced off with harms either aspect of half-time.
Liverpool rivals on peak of the league table, leicester City, do not play GMT on Sunday, when they travel to Aston Villa. Defending champions Manchester City host neighbours Manchester United later on Saturday (17:30).
More to follow.